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Members of Wimmera band Acousticus, from left, Mal Schier, Paul Christopher and Jono Martin prepare for the last official show at Horsham Town Hall before the building undergoes major redevelopment. The band, on the town hall steps, will perform at Horsham East Rotary Club’s Last Chance Cabaret tomorrow night. The town hall has long been a regular haunt for regional musicians such as Schier and Christopher, who for many years were members of popular cover bands. The $18.5-million redevelopment of the Heritage-listed hall and art gallery, scheduled to start in August and be finished by January 2015, will include construction of a 520-seat performing arts centre.
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rganisers of anticancer fundraisers in Horsham and Ararat have urged families to combine Mother’s Day celebrations on Sunday with the fight against breast cancer.
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Ms Liston said she had become involved in the Horsham event because she knew the impact cancer had on families.
Horsham Mother’s Day Classic coordinator Katrina Liston said the national run and walk represented the perfect way for families to start a day dedicated to ‘mums’.
“I really enjoy helping out for such a good cause. People from all age groups get involved. As well raising money and awareness for the fight against breast cancer, the day is also about celebrating mums,” she said.
“What better way than to start off a Mother’s Day than for families to gather for a common cause and activity in the morning before heading off to their respective luncheons, morning teas or whatever else they have planned?” she said. “It’s just a great way to launch into the day. It’s my first as a mum so I’m really looking forward to it.” Horsham and Ararat Mother’s Day Classic runners and walkers are part of Australiawide activities raising money
“We have had businesses providing wonderful sponsorship for our event this year.” READY TO RUN: Mother’s Day Classic Horsham coordinator Katrina Liston, second from left, with sponsors McDonald’s Horsham owner Amanda Whitehouse, left, Mackay’s Jewellers’ Josh Mackay and The Athlete’s Foot’s Felicity Grainger. Watts Price Accountants, Horsham Rural City Council and Wimmera Uniting Care have also strongly supported the Horsham event. Picture: MICK SHANNON
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Organisers in Horsham and Ararat have planned various activities and encouraged patrons to bring loose change to spend on merchandise, food and drinks. Wimmera Uniting Care is also using the day to launch Families Week.
Mayor set to open new Target store Target Australia will launch its new $2.6-million Horsham store at 9am next Thursday. Horsham mayor Cr David Grimble will officially open the 3100 square-metre store, which represents the culmination of months of construction and design work. The store will be the first full-line Target in the region and the first to feature the retailer’s new look and layout outside Melbourne. Target officials have promised customers a ‘true department store experience’ with personalised services including beauty advisors, fashion stylists as well as bra and shoe fitters. The new Target is double the size of the Target Country store in Firebrace Street it will replace and will provide shoppers with ‘a wider range of merchandise than
ever, specifically tailored for the area’. Store manager Travis Thompson said he worked closely with Target’s merchandise team to create a diverse mix of products that would complement the busy lifestyles of Wimmera residents. “As Horsham continues to grow, we plan to grow with it and have planned our store accordingly,” he said. “The opening of our new Horsham store reflects Target’s investment in the area through the development and construction of the site in addition to the new employment opportunities offered to local residents. Target has employed a staff of 70 from across the region to join the 13-team members transferring from the Target Country site. Cr Grimble said the store opening would
“We’re delighted that Target has decided to expand its presence in Horsham and recognise the importance of the company as an employer in our region,” he said.
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“The biggest highlight for the committee was holding the crowd all the way through to late Sunday afternoon. We have really made our mark as a weekend event,” he said. “The weather was perfect, the balance of exhibitors was just right, there was plenty for the kids to do and we had really appealing entertainment. “Celebrity chef Poh Ling Yeow was fantastic and headline act Sheilas of the 70s with Monique Brumby had the crowd partying right to the end.” Mr Wheaton said the event’s organising committee was considering ways of building on the festival, such as introducing more artistic elements after the success of a ‘Bush Chooks’ handcraft attraction. He added that making a VIP marquee, where patrons had the opportunity to sample wines while chatting with the winemakers, an even more exclusive experience and building on leadup events were also on the drawing board. This year’s festival layout also won broad accolades with the people easily navigating their way to attractions and exhibitors pleased with
fast-paced trading. “The winemakers’ alley was effective and the vintage memorabilia celebrating 150 years of winemaking in the region really set the tone,” he said. “The grape stomping, which has become our signature event both days, was just great. We even had Poh and Monique have a go, which really thrilled the crowd.” Mr Wheaton congratulated the volunteers who travelled from across the state to be involved in running the festival. “All of them worked so tremendously hard and seemed to really get a lot out of the experience. We couldn’t have done it without them,” he said.
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The only way to ARART ART IS...ART IS... certain equality
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ne of the most perplexing issues in the fight against discrimination must surely be what actually qualifies as discrimination.
Without thinking, some of us early this week were automatically ready to applaud a fresh national call for companies to balance up their gender mix in workplace leadership. It was then that the glaring spectre of hypocrisy rose in the conscience and fired a warning broadside across the bow, forcing hands back into pockets. Just hang on a minute! Last time we looked, crushing the evils of discrimination was about providing equal opportunity, not levering circumstances to help a particular group or type of person. Patronisation is the quiet achiever in the world of discrimination and the truth is
that giving someone a ‘leg up’ based on gender, race, religion, sexual inclination or disability is as bad as holding them back or overlooking them for the same reason. Sorry to everyone trying to crack this politically correct whip but to say ‘there are not enough women in leadership positions’ has the same ring as ‘there are too many women in leadership positions’, regardless of whether it is true. In constantly trying to promote equality, sections of our community are confusing the issue with a charter to simply help people reach their potential. They are different ideals. Okay, we acknowledge that in many circumstances, perhaps because of tradition, ignorance or socio-economic factors, that the immediate playing field might be far from level for everyone. Too bad! The only way to have real equality is to rigidly stick to a ‘best person for the job’ philosophy and to let evolution of the concept take its course.
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A person’s ability, attitude, character, potential, personality, qualifications and even availability, should always tick the boxes before anything else. Every individual circumstance is different and being black, white, male, female, gay or straight is irrelevant. Apart from all the obvious nasty ills of discrimination be it for racist, sexist or any other prejudiced platform, it is perhaps the most benign of reasons that we should rid our society of this scourge, in all its forms. Above all, discrimination simply doesn’t make sense.
Plain English As we count down to another federal election we urge politicians from both sides of Parliament to be honest in their use of the English language. There is no hiding from the fact that a government ‘levy’ or ‘duty’ is a tax. To this day many of us still struggle to grips with the term ‘stamp duty’ when all it really means is camouflaged tax.
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“The whole exercise has told us a lot about the reach of The Weekly Advertiser and what our readers are looking for,” he said.
hat do you get when you place puppies you want to give away in The Weekly Advertiser classifieds?
The Weekly Advertiser editor Dean Lawson, part owner of a delightful pair of dogs, received more than he bargained for after placing six four-week-old Jack Russellcross puppies in last week’s edition.
“Although we are constantly promoting that we have a distribution of more than 23,000 newspapers across the region every week we sometimes forget how far it actually goes. It is such a large part of western Victoria that we look after.
Hoping more than expecting a quick response to find caring homes for the tiny youngsters, he was inundated with calls from across western Victoria.
But the responses kept coming and by the start of this week Mr Lawson had taken his 42nd call and given his umpteenth apology to enthusiastic but ultimately disappointed dog enthusiasts. “It was simply overwhelming. There were several calls from Horsham, Ararat and
IN DEMAND: The Weekly Advertiser classified receptionist Ashleigh Magor is pictured with the squirming sextuplets that had the phone running hot. Picture: MICK SHANNON
Stawell districts as well as Nhill, Jeparit and Warracknabeal. They also came in from Dimboola and places such as Amphitheatre, Noradjuha, Deep Lead and Kewell and I wasn’t expecting a call from Frances or Beaufort or such a quick response from some-
Classifieds manager Jackie Exell said the newspaper’s expansion into other mediums such as radio, the internet and social media was extending the reach even further.
“I’m just happy they will all have good homes to go to in the next few weeks.”
“In examining our data, what we’re finding is that if an item is featured for sale in the classifieds for at least five weeks there can be more than an 80 percent chance of the item selling. That’s incredibly high,” she said.
Mr Lawson added that callers ranged from elderly people keen to find companions and dog lovers who had recently
“We’re also finding that presenting including our classifieds in a multimedia way is having an impact.”
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Dimboola takes NBN front seat Dimboola is among 41 Victorian towns included in the latest three-year National Broadband Network construction timetable. It will be the first Wimmera centre outside Horsham to get access to high-speed broadband internet, with service connection by December 2015. Fibre construction has started in two new Horsham estates and construction overall for the city will start in November and finish in March next year. Dimboola houses and businesses are among 303,000 across Victoria added to the timetable. The new locations bring to 994,600 in Victoria – and almost 5 million nationwide – the number of premises where construction will have commenced or where people can order an NBN service by June 2016. The entire rollout is scheduled to be complete in 2021. NBN Co’s Victoria community relations manager Lalla Mackenzie said Dimboola developments would include fixed wireless as well as fibre optic installations.
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orld traveller, author and 2012 Paralympian cyclist Stuart Tripp, 24, will be guest speaker at Central Grampians Local Learning Employment Network next Thursday.
Tripp, who lost his leg in a car crash in 1994 and has since become an international athlete, author and motivational speaker, will address the meeting at East Grampians Health Service’s Pyrenees House at 6pm. Tripp wrote the book ‘Travelling Hopefully’ and represented Australia at the 2012 London Paralympic Games. Before the Paralympics he trained and com-
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“There is a lot already happening in Dimboola with Hindmarsh Shire Council heavily involved,” she said. “Initially the connections will involve fibre technology and then a move to fixed wireless and then satellite services. “We intend to inform the community quite heavily on how it works and the benefits of the networks. We have already seen some amazing things happen where the NBN has been installed. “It is an exciting time for Dimboola and the whole of the Wimmera.” Ms Mackenzie said people could look forward to more than just internet speeds.
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“People can work from home like they would from the office; get all the family online at once and stream TV shows smoothly. “Around a third of eligible homes on average have already signed up to the NBN in neighbourhoods where the fibre has been up and running for more than 12 months. “Moreover, households in the NBN fibre footprint are downloading around fifty per cent more data than the average Australian broadband connection every month.”
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FILM SUCCESS: Ararat district youngsters such as Will Chamings will be among beneficiaries after an Ark Toy and Activity Centre Auxiliary film night at Ararat’s Astor Cinema raised almost $1060. The auxiliary will use the money to develop a playground next to the centre at East Grampians Health Service. Health service chief executive Nick Bush said the centre creatively used resources to help elderly people dealing with motor-function and memory-skill deficiencies as well children and commended the auxiliary on its efforts. The auxiliary plans to have an open day on completion of the playground project. Picture: CONTRIBUTED
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“The world doesn’t just revolve around you. There’s a lot of talk in this country about the federal deficit. But I think we should talk more about our empathy deficit.”
between life and death and having choices cruelly stripped away, I was getting worked up over a personal minor medical procedure. While someone’s life expectancy was drastically shortened, I was kicking a furore over the duration of my swimming class. While people were dying, I was taking my life for granted, frittering away my emotions on petty issues.
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friend once told me that empathy, unless acted upon, was as useful as a chocolate teapot. She and I were 15 at the time. I did not realise the wisdom of those words then, but now with all the experiences of life, I believe it is the mother lode of all sayings. There is no doubt that empathy is one of the highest forms of virtue; a beautiful emotion to behold, perhaps one of the inherent parts of humanity. Some would say it is what keeps the world afloat. Then comes the million-dollar question – shouldn’t the world be a better place with this key virtue in existence? So here I am struggling to put on paper the conflicted emotions that run through me while I keep debating how useful is this emotion in actuality. Perhaps in my case, it is an imagined case of survivorguilt but deep down I know it is not guilt, but more of shame when I take stock of what is happening around us and how we are reacting. The world always seems plagued by some kind of disaster – if not natural, then man-made. In only a few weeks, we have seen almost everything; deranged bombings, building collapses, civil-war casualties, plant explosions and nature’s fury. Lives have been snuffed out in
the blink of an eye. One minute these people were living, breathing, perhaps even living their lives to the fullest and then nothing than memories. To the rest of the world, they are mere statistics of rather unfortunate events, a mere blip on the radar of the living.
Insular The Boston bombing – a blip on the radar; earthquake in China – another blip on the radar and the blips continue. Of course, we mourned, but to what use? With this rather abundant virtue called empathy we steeled ourselves to watch the graphic images, made commiserative clicking sounds, tweeted incessantly, paid homage to the dead and then continued on our own plodding journey of life. Some among us would have gone the extra mile, organised fundraisers, rushed to the affected zones or volunteered in some way. But the majority would have returned to our own insular worlds driven by egocentric emotions that would out-beat empathy any given day. I am no exception. While someone out there was losing a battle
Lessons How easy it is to lock ourselves in our own little dramas and blow our superficial and insignificant issues into Herculean proportions? This is what my whinge is about and perhaps my guilt too. We might be empathetic to what is happening around us, but we seem to fail to learn valuable lessons. Our empathy seems to be short-lived and after the moment is past, we seem to have selective memory about it and maybe even resurrect our emotional barriers again. Why can’t we learn all around us; perhaps use our instinctive emotion not just to feel and forget but reach out a little from our blinkered worlds? Perhaps all we need is a healthy dose of perspective, which might do the trick and teach us to value the people and the blessings in our lives. I will refrain from regurgitating well-intentioned but overused clichés about the brevity or fragility of our lives; however the next time we are tempted to throw a tantrum, work into a rage over something petty, wallow in self-pity, or refuse to be magnanimous and forgive, it will be our cue to don our empathy hat and see the world without our blinkers and barriers.
Careers expo attracts key sponsor An annual Wimmera and Southern Mallee Careers Expo on June 25 is continuing to grow with AgriFood Skills Australia becoming a major sponsor of the event. Expo chairman Chris Wallis said he was delighted with the announcement. “AgriFood Skills Australia is one of 11 independent, not-for-profit Industry Skills Councils established by the Australian Government. AgriFood drives a skills and workforce development agenda across several sectors including rural industries and food and beverage processing.” AgriFood Skills Australia chief executive Arthur Blewitt said the region was one of the four selected areas for an AgriFood National Regional Initiative. “This project will support locally developed solutions and training suited to each region’s particular needs:
more people in jobs, with the right skills, in this region. It is based on a very successful model trialled and independently validated in northern NSW over the last three years,” he said. “AgriFood Skills Australia is supporting the Wimmera and Southern Mallee Careers Expo to highlight the opportunities for young people in the agrifood sector. Mr Wallis said an organising committee had been working on the 2013 expo since last year and was ‘extremely’ pleased with this year’s program at Wimmera Events Centre at Longerenong was progressing. “We have a growing list of exhibitors from all parts of the vocational spectrum,” Mr Wallis said. More information about the expo is available at www. wimmeracareerexpo.com
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MEET THE AUNTIES: Aunty Nancy Harrison extends a ‘welcome to country’ wearing the Wotjobaluk Cloak at the opening of Horsham Regional Art Gallery’s You Carry It With You exhibition. The exhibition in Jubilee Hall explores how the Wimmera’s ‘vast, rivers, lakes, open plains and history are carried with us wherever we go’. The exhibition celebrates influences on artists including Marion Borgelt, Jill Orr and Simone Slee through photography, painting and sculpture and the knowledge of Aboriginal elders Aunty Hazel McDonald, Aunty Irene Harrison, Aunty Nancy Harrison and Aunty Faye. Patrons will have a chance to chat with the ‘aunties’ at the hall at 3pm this Sunday. Picture: CONTRIBUTED
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KITTEN CABOODLE: Moving house can be distressful for cats.
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Moving with pets them time to develop a connection with their new environment and recognise it as home.
Strategies There are certainly strategies that we pet owners can implement to make moving as smooth, safe and comfortable as possible for our pets. Some of these include:
his week, I’ve moved house. Moving can be a traumatic time for the best of us – the packing and unpacking, not knowing which box to look in for our things, living in a new and unfamiliar place. Even small changes like trying to find a light switch, or waking in a strange bedroom, can be disorientating for some time. My cat has only known one home, having lived in the same house since he was a two-dayold foster kitten. So I felt quite sorry for him as I loaded him into the car for the journey to our new house. If moving is stressful for people, you can imagine how difficult and even distressing it must be for our pets. Moving house is a busy time. Our pets will inevitably pick up on changes; both physical changes as familiar environments alter and objects disappear into boxes, and changes in their owners, particularly if the owners are feeling stressed These changes can lead to anxiety for many animals. It is important that we remember our pets, no matter how busy we are, and stick to established routines involving feeding, exercise, grooming and play times. Many pets will also benefit from the reassurance that some extra TLC can provide. Cats in particular become very attached to their homes, and we often hear stories of cats disappearing from a new house and returning to their old one. It is vitally important that cats are kept indoors at their new house for at least a month, but preferably more, in order to allow
• Check your new house and garden carefully with an eye to pet safety. Ensure fencing is safe and has no gaps, gates latch safely, and there are no sharp or otherwise dangerous objects in the yard. • Check for and dispose of any chemicals or poisons that may have been left in sheds or under the house. • Ensure cats and dogs are up to date with flea prevention, because houses which have previously held pets might have flea eggs or larvae in carpets or floorboards. • Provide familiar smells and objects for pets. Bedding that hasn’t been immediately washed, and familiar toys and food, will provide comfort to pets in an unfamiliar environment. • Ensure that pets have a secure, quiet place that they can retreat to, such as a kennel or crate. Give them lots of attention and reassurance. • If pets are moving in with new animals, introduce them slowly and under strict supervision to avoid any problems. • Consider the use of pheromone sprays – these products can be used to help lessen anxiety and produce positive, calming feelings in both dogs and cats. Your vet clinic can provide the products and advice on how best to make use of them. Moving house can certainly be a hard time for everyone involved, but with a little forethought and attention, we can avoid much of the distress that a change to a new home can cause our pets. • Dr Vogt is senior veterinarian at Animal Aid in Melbourne. Visit www.animalaid.org. au for more information.
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trainer’s title it’s no surprise to see local Horsham jockey Dean Yendall out in front on 23 points, clear of nearest rival Holly McKechnie on 16 points. Yendall has the title as good as sewn up.
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immera Parent Support Network will celebrate its 20th anniversary this month.
The anniversary also marks a 20-year relationship between the network and Wimmera Uniting Care. Network coordinator Anne Page said the network provided support for families with children with disabilities, regardless of geographical location. “The network provides mutual support through parentto-parent contact as well as relevant service and referral information,” she said. “It encourages participation and involvement of 150 families who would otherwise feel extremely isolated. The network also provides feedback to service agencies and related professionals about current needs and the appropriateness of their services.” Ms Page said the network relied on dedicated volunteers who have kept the network flourishing for two decades. “Without volunteers the network simply wouldn’t be pos-
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REUNION DEDICATION: Rural Northwest Health Hopetoun campus maintenance team member Bill Wright paves a courtyard that will display a dedication to the history of Hopetoun’s hospital. Picture: CONTRIBUTED
Baby pictures appeal for Hopetoun reunion Organisers of next month’s Hopetoun Hospital reunion are appealing for baby and Hopetoun district health-service photographs.
ALREADY HAD MINE: Harry Watson of Hopetoun waits patiently while his mum Rachael enjoys a barbeque lunch at Rural Northwest Health’s Hopetoun campus. Hopetoun community members celebrated National Families Week with a barbeque at the campus organised by RNH’s Community Health team. Picture: CONTRIBUTED
Stock concerns Dry conditions across Victoria have prompted Department of Primary Industries officials to remind farmers to avoid transporting stock in poor condition.
Animal health officer Veronica Campbell said it was important farmers sought advice and follow droughtfeeding guides to preserve paddock feed and maintain stock health. “If farmers are considering selling their stock it is important to make sure that the stock are in a good condition and are strong enough to travel to ensure that they are not at risk of going down during transport,” Miss Campbell said.
Rural Northwest Health staff and management are particularly keen to track down photographs of or information about all 1794 babies Dr Peter Stoutejesdijk delivered to help with a reunion display. The community will celebrate ‘70 Years of Health Services in Hopetoun’ on June 8 and 9. Committee member Sue Afford said community information was flowing in most days and organisers were keen to have as much as possible. “We are chasing memorabilia, stories and photos of Hopetoun Hospital, doctors, staff and activities such as gala days, the hospital train, appeal days and official openings,” she said. “These can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or delivered to the Hopetoun campus reception. “We are really keen to get photos of as many of Dr Pete’s babies as
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Ms Afford said she was expecting many visitors to Hopetoun for the long weekend and encouraged people to spread the word. “There is a dinner at Hopetoun Memorial Hall on the Saturday night and bookings don’t close until May 30 but we are keen to know numbers for visitors as soon as possible so accommodation can be organised,” she said. “All bookings can be made by contacting Melissa Cook on 0417 108 857.”
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uckheap, a fun and interactive theatre show about two people packing up their house for ‘the big move’, is making its way to Horsham with a one-off 11am performances at Wesley Performing Arts Centre on May 21.
Muckheap has been an international hit for children and family performance company Polyglot Theatre since premiering in 2001. The show has toured across Australia and played in places from the Sydney Opera House to Singapore, the USA and the Shanghai International Children’s Theatre Festival – where it was performed in Mandarin Chinese. The 2013 tour of Muckheap features its themes of recycling and re-using junk, combining puppetry, physical theatre and comedy, as relevant as ever. Finding all their hoarded junk too interesting and entertaining to throw away, the characters in Muckheap cope with their giant mess by throwing themselves into a story, illustrated with whatever comes to hand. What emerges is the story of Jacky and the Beanstalk… with a twist that parallels their own situation.
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The Muckheap performers are experts at telling their audience the funny and fantastically messy stories that have delighted children and families across the world. This well-travelled Polyglot classic is a highly physical and energetic show and will have its last hurrah in its 2013 Australian tour. From throwing out junk to creating characters with consummate ease, this show displays the power
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Performers Terry Bennetts, Evan Platshschinda and ‘the Kimberley Guitar Man’ Ginger Cox will present a country music smorgasbord at Nhill Bowling Club later this month. Award-winning Bennetts, singer-songwriter Platschinda and Cox will perform at the club from 7.30pm on May 21 as part of their Band of Mates tour. The performance will be a lead-in for their appearance at the Barham Balladeers and Country Music Festival in NSW between May 23 and 26. Platschinda had been entertaining for many years and returned to performing full time after attending a country music
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BIG VOCALS: The Australian Welsh Male Choir will perform at Stawell on May 19.
The afternoon performance will be at 2pm on May 19. Forged from the spirit of the Welsh coal-mining communities, the sound of a Welsh male-voice choir is a combination of harmonies and ensemble power.
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Hands up for record attempt Wimmera Regional Family Day Care is calling on ‘all hands’ to help set a new Guinness World Record for the world’s largest collage of cutout handprints. The family day-care service is one of thousands of providers in Family Day Care Australia’s national network that will contribute handprints, with the collective goal to
eclipse the 30,006 benchmark set in 2007 by the UK Scout Association. The service is taking part in the world-record attempt during inaugural National Family Day Care Week as part of Family Day Care Australia’s 25th anniversary celebrations. National Family Day Care Week continues until Sunday.
The Australian Welsh Male Choir was formed nearly 40 years ago when a group of expatriate Welshmen gathered to sing Christmas Carols. From this humble beginning the choir has become the premier Welsh choir in Australia.
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The choir also took part in the Male Choir Association of Australia 350-voice concert at Dallas Brooks Hall in Melbourne last year under the baton of Alwyn Humphreys who
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Towns’ sharing website set to go live Halls Gap and Pomonal will have an electronic information sharing hub to bring various community sectors together when the towns’ new website goes live later this month.
Residents from the two communities are invited to see the website’s potential at an official launch at MOCO Gallery in Grampians Road, Halls Gap at 7.30pm next Thursday when the website team
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Northern Grampians Shire Council’s Cr Paul Russell, who has been involved in the website development, said the new site would include emergency and general information, news, events and a community directory. “The website will be a fantastic resource for the community, providing a one-stopshop for information,” Cr Russell said.
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The Australian Welsh Male Choir Stawell Regional Arts is extremely proud to be able to present the Australian Welsh Male Choir in concert at the Stawell Entertainment Centre (Town Hall) during the afternoon of Sunday 19th May commencing at 2.00 pm. The repertoire includes something for everyone with a wide variety of music from much loved traditional Welsh songs to toe-tapping popular music.
Performance Date: Sunday 19th May 2013 Time: Performance commences 2.00pm, Doors open 1.15pm Performance Venue: Stawell Entertainment Centre (Town Hall) Pre Book at Stawell Library – 5358 1274 = $20 Purchase on day at Venue = $25 Wesley PAC proudly presents Polyglot Theatre’s
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hanges to Australia’s aged-care system are set to impact residential and at-home care patients. When considering affordable and suitable care for your loved ones, these reforms may influence your decisions.
In response to a Productivity Commission report into caring for older Australians, the Federal Government has announced changes to Australia’s aged-care system called Living Longer, Living Better. The two main changes introduced by the reforms are: • greater resources for at-home care; and • the introduction of means testing for costs. Naturally, when investigating options for an elderly person, finding the right level of care is paramount, as is anticipating future care requirements. The government plans to remove the difference between high and low care, meaning, among other things, that the level of care can be adjusted seamlessly as needed. Given a choice, most people would prefer to remain in their own homes but places are limited by the number of visiting carers and services available. The
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or their estate. Bond amounts will be recovered by the government by it levying a regular fee against the care facility.
In further meeting this preference, differing levels of home care will be available. Costs associated with care will be calculated on the single basic age pension and there may also be an extra income tested fee determined by the care required.
Further reforms to be introduced include the following:
The rationale is that those who can afford to pay for care should do so, while the government will subsidise those who don’t have the capacity to pay. People on full pensions will be exempt from paying care costs. Fees will be capped on an annual or lifetime basis and indexed annually. Currently, when entering care accommodation, only residents seeking low care or an extra service place are required to pay a bond. This is refunded, less allowable deductions, when the resident leaves that accommodation. From 1 July 2014, all aged care residents will be required to pay bonds. To safeguard against the care facility becoming insolvent and unable to repay bonds, the government will undertake to make the repayment to either the resident
• Care facilities will be able to offer a wider range of extra-service packages. These will be available to all residents for an additional fee, and residents can choose to opt-in or opt-out. • Additional funding will be allocated to caring for patients with dementia. Although the Productivity Commission report recommended that the family home be included in means testing and asset testing, the government has determined that it will remain exempt. In an aging society, care for older Australians remains a concern for governments, communities and families. Continuing reviews and reforms will help, but your financial adviser can assist you to create a tailored financial strategy that will help you plan for your family’s future. • Robert Goudie is an authorised representative of Meritum Financial Group Pty Ltd AFSL 245569.
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5. What Wimmera centre can tentatively claim a connection to two Germanic brothers from Anglo-Saxon legend who led Saxon, Angle and Jutish armies in conquering British territories in the 5th Century? 6. Unlike other parts of Victoria, what is the most prominent species of introduced deer living in the wild in the Grampians? 7. What three-syllable locality on the Henty Highway and Yarriambiack Creek, almost seven kilometres from Beulah, starts with ‘G’? Spell it. 8. The introduction of legumes revolutionised Wimmera-Mallee broadacre
crop rotation. Apart from producing alternative high-protein crops to wheat, the ability of symbiotic bacteria in legume root nodules do what? 9. The evolution of what is now standard in most modern cars possibly started in 1876, was used in a five-ton truck in 1903, was demonstrated in 1926 and gained momentum in military vehicles in World War Two before Chrysler Corporation introduced it in its Chrysler Imperial passenger car in 1951? 10. True or false? Despite being colourless and tasteless, an average person can detect the presence of the gas by its distinctive sulphur-based odour?
Answers: 1. Cancer. 2. False. It provides Mobile Patient Care services, transferring non-emergency patients by road. 3. They make up a small family of venomous mammals. Male platypuses have venomous spurs in their hind legs while solenodons and shrews have venomous bites and moles and vampire bats have toxic saliva. 4. B. 1945. They landed in Lae, New Guinea on May 7. 5. Horsham. The Wimmera’s main centre is named after Horsham, England, which historians suggest gets its name from Horsa and his brother Hengist. Another less romantic suggestion is that it is named after a 947 AD town Horse Ham, a settlement that kept horses. 6. The Red deer. Other free-roaming deer species in Australia include Sambar, Rusa, Chital, Hog and Fallow. 7. Galaquil. 8. Fix nitrogen from the atmosphere, which goes back into the soil and becomes available to other plants, prolonging soil productivity. 9. Power steering. Chrysler called the system Hydraguide. 10. False. The gas, deadly to humans and other animals in high concentrations, also has no smell.
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An energy boost for hard-working mums As a mum and small business owner I know the importance of time management and also time out for yourself. Even if it is just a cup of tea, a five-minute pause in the day, and you take a deep breath, this is important as you are taking a moment for you. Mums, are you tired, rundown and needing a boost of energy? Most mums are busy women, juggling many things at once. Women are naturally good multi-taskers and usually manage to cope with more than one thing at a time, but over time it can wear you down and you may wind up feeling exhausted from all the juggling.
Most women I see as patients are tired and worn out because life is busy and it can also be stressful. This is where I can help. As a naturopath I look at the big picture, and take into account your diet, exercise, sleep patterns, stress levels and hormone levels during a consultation, then come up with a naturopathic prescription just for you.
Some of the products prescribed include vitamins and minerals as well as herbal medicine. These are often in the form of tablets, but liquids and powders are dispensed as well. When the necessary improvements are made to your diet and lifestyle as well as the support of supplements and herbal medicine you will see an improvement in your energy and mood. For some women this can be within four to six weeks, for others it can take longer. Make an appointment at Kerri Nichols Naturopathy during May and receive a complimentary packet of Tea for Health ‘Rest Easy’ herbal tea, to help relax and calm a busy mind and body.
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Walker proves big hit at business breakfast
presentation by Australian sporting legend and entrepreneur Max Walker had more than 100 people enthralled at a free business breakfast in Stawell.
“There was a great energy in the room and I could tell the people who attended the breakfast were really keen to implement change and innovation in their businesses,” he said. “It’s really important to keep
ning and growing a business,” Cr Rice said. “His presentation was a fantastic way to begin our business workshop series.” A second free breakfast Maximising your Business yesterday featured Uncommon Solutions Director Antoinette Danaher.
Mr Walker spent 45 minutes giving people ideas on how to ‘think outside the square’ to help their business grow at the Taking it to the Max breakfast. Mr Walker said he enjoyed his time with Stawell’s business community.
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OUTSIDE THE SQUARE: Max Walker talks business at Stawell. Picture: CONTRIBUTED
evolving when you’re running a business or community organisation, so I hope I motivated everyone to look at their methods from a different perspective and to try some new ideas.” Northern Grampian Shire Council mayor Cr Wayne Rice
said Mr Walker was inspiring and motivating from a business perspective as well as friendly, funny, approachable and approachable and. “Max Walker is a true storyteller but his stories aren’t just entertaining – they illustrate the points he makes about run-
The two breakfast events, funded by the State Government’s Community Recovery Fund, will be complemented by four free workshops covering online and email marketing in the next few weeks People seeking information about the online marketing workshops can call the council’s business services and tourism officer Shelly Chalmers on 5358 0504.
Be quick for Mother’s Day luncheon The Wimmera Hospice Care Auxiliary officials have urged people to ‘get in quick’ to secure last-minute seats at their annual Mother’s Day luncheon and fundraiser today. Auxiliary president Lea Crammond said the luncheon would be on from noon at Horsham’s Uniting Church Hall in Urquhart Street.
Mrs Crammond said 120 guests usually attended the annual three-course event. “It’s a beautiful social event. We always have a wonderful time and everyone who comes enjoys himself or herself immensely,” she said. “Every cent raised goes to Wimmera Hospice Care Auxiliary.” Mrs Crammond said this year’s lunch-
eon would feature entertainment and competitions. “We have a very talented violinist performing this year, as well as raffles, an orchid display and a pick the mother and baby competition,” she said. “Tickets are $25 and available on 5382 2218.
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MK Auto Trimming has been serving Horsham and surrounds for 6 years. Karl can upholster any types of interiors with headlinings, seats, door trims… “basically the whole interior”. MK Auto Trimming doesn’t just stop at cars and trucks, Karl can also upholster tractors, motorbike seats and all types of boat interiors with a large range of coverings including vinyl and leather. If you are looking for a restoration or even a new look call MK Auto Trimming on 53823847 or 0417505916 Photo: James Fidler
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Have you been missing your A Weekly Advertiser decision to shift its television guide from its printed pages to its website has attracted concern from many readers. In response, The Weekly Advertiser is running a month-long reader survey to gauge what people want. All people have to do is fill out the questionnaire below, cut it out and send it to TV Guide Survey, PO Box 606, Horsham 3402.
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July 23 - August 22 Lucky Colour: Violet Lucky Day: Tuesday Racing Numbers: 184.108.40.206 Lotto Numbers: 220.127.116.11.30.22 An excellent time for celebrations. Some changes to your routine and you could feel slightly out of place with them at first. A good time for trying your luck with games of chance. You could be lucky with a Scorpio.
August 23 - September 23 Lucky Colour: Orange Lucky Day: Tuesday Racing Numbers: 18.104.22.168 Lotto Numbers: 22.214.171.124.36.7 You could be inclined to overwork so try to secure time for resting also. You could discover mutual interest with an acquaintance also strengthening bonds of affection. Family might find it a bit difficult to understand your ideas.
April 21 - May 20 Lucky Colour: Fawn Lucky Day: Monday Racing Numbers: 126.96.36.199 Lotto Numbers: 188.8.131.52.33.37 Do not argue with loved ones or enemies either or you could land in a lot more trouble than you anticipated. Some interesting ideas could keep you occupied and there could also be more work than you expected in the first place.
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May 21 - June 21 Lucky Colour: Cream Lucky Day: Friday Racing Numbers: 184.108.40.206 Lotto Numbers: 220.127.116.11.33.38 It’s a good time to do all the odd jobs around the house. An unexpected event or visit could give you a tremendous surprise or a shock. Also you should be taking things easy and thinking about some rest.
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March 21 - April 20 Lucky Colour: White Lucky Day: Tuesday Racing Numbers: 18.104.22.168 Lotto Numbers: 22.214.171.124.40.33 Enjoy social activities they could bring interesting new people into your life. You could be involved in lots of activities over this period. Some new and interesting people could also figure strongly in your life at this point.
June 22 - July 22 Lucky Colour: Blue Lucky Day: Wednesday Racing Numbers: 126.96.36.199 Lotto Numbers: 188.8.131.52.22.27 Try not to argue about money matters. Ties of friendship should go well during the next few months. Take great care when signing legal documents, read everything first. People around you should be giving you a lot more support. Look after your health.
September 24 - October 23 Lucky Colour: White Lucky Day: Monday Racing Numbers: 184.108.40.206 Lotto Numbers: 220.127.116.11.35.36 You could be surprising people with your flamboyant attitude, which is quite unusual for you. A new friendship could develop and give you a new sparkle in your life. Some jobs you have been inclined to forget should be taken care of now.
October 24 - November 22 Lucky Colour: Peach Lucky Day: Tuesday Racing Numbers: 18.104.22.168 Lotto Numbers: 22.214.171.124.21.40 Tact and diplomacy are the way to get things done now. Be careful about demands you make to your loved ones. Take things easy as you could exhaust yourself. You should be good in business during the next few weeks but get professional help in money matters.
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November 23 - December 20 Lucky Colour: White Lucky Day: Sunday Racing Numbers: 126.96.36.199 Lotto Numbers: 188.8.131.52.9.44 A burst of energy could get you to neglect your duties in working situations and also neglect someone you love. Do not expect too much from your loved ones or you could get disappointed. Try to concentrate on jobs at hand and use your time carefully.
December 21 - January 19 Lucky Colour: Yellow Lucky Day: Wednesday Racing Numbers: 184.108.40.206 Lotto Numbers: 220.127.116.11.34.44 It’s a good time to impress someone with your ideas as they should be in a receptive mood for suggestions. You could achieve success by applying your efforts to the right direction. A letter or phone call could make a few changes in your life soon.
January 20 - February 19 Lucky Colour: Red Lucky Day: Friday Racing Numbers: 18.104.22.168 Lotto Numbers: 22.214.171.124.33.37 Any agreements that are not written down are not worth much during this period. Make sure your bargains really are bargains. Some confusion could occur about mixed messages.
February 20 - March 20 Lucky Colour: Green Lucky Day: Monday Racing Numbers: 126.96.36.199 Lotto Numbers: 188.8.131.52.40.22 Travel will be persistently on your mind and some surprise moves might bring it closer than you expected. Love life could do with a lift and your luck should come to its own very soon again.
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done local shows, dressage and adult ridding club, good to S/C/F, sale due to owner completing yr 12, loving home only $3500 Ph 0438230438
Rams, Hampshire down and white suffolk, bruc acc $350 plus GST Ph or text 0488159853
Saddle, Wintec Isabell, EC, 17”, cair system, changeable gullet Boer Goat Kids, $50 Ph (black), comes fully mounted 0448447211 after 5pm with great extras $1000 Ph Border Collie Dog, 18mo, started 0458770008 working $300 Ph 0427366636 Siberian Husky, 3yr old, desexed M/C# 978102100025055 female, breeder wish to find a Budgies, for sale, various colours loving home for ex show dog, M/C 956000002556206 $350 Ph $15 each Ph 53827626 Cavalier King Charles pup, male, 53848226 AH all checks, M/C 978102100091954 Staffordshire Bull Terrier pups, full vet checked, wormed, 1 x Ph 0488173584 Chaff cutter, Jas Smith, electric male white with brindle spots, 2 motor and table, 2 spare blades x male brindle with white chest, 1 x male white and tan, 1 x $3000 Ph 53922233 female brindle, 10 weeks old, M/C Chickens, ideal show birds $10 978102100091561, 100104225, Ph 0439265133 100091709, 100091771, Cockatiels, hand reared, avery 100091812 $650 each Ph breed, red fronted, yellow turks, 0413553826 indian ringneck, call for prices Ph 0408535515 Stawell
Antiques Ewes, pure breed, black face suffolks, from stud stock Ph 0419664345 Liz Antique Dining Setting, large Fish Tank, all accessories extension table, 3-leaves, 6 including flu val filter, water chairs, cane inserts, sideboard, heater, light, gravel etc $150ono barley carving $6495ono Ph Ph 53585499 53582465 Stawell
2006 Jayco Expanda, TV, microwave, flys, hoses, EC $22,900ono Ph 0427880265 2007 Jayco Hawk campervan, full annexe, flys, many extras, EC, always under cover when not in use $19,000 Ph 0409412692 2008 Fusion Caravan, 18.6’, duel wheels, QB, 120Lt 3-way fridge, microwave, TV, dvd, cd, radio, a/c, stove/grill 1 electric and 3 gas hot plates, tunnel boot, roll out awning, EC, rego till 11/13 $29,900 Ph 0427891385 2010 Jayco Discovery pop top, 18’ tandem, AC, island DB, microwave, fridge, as new $28,000 Ph 53583659 or 0448242276
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Alpaca, herd guards and pets, male 0418851112 and female available, prices vary Miniature goats $150each Ph Ph 0428852338 0400904727 Alpacas, breeding stock, pets Muscovey ducks, dressed $25 and flock protectors, all stock Ph 53827527 guaranteed, inspections welcome, delivery available Ph 0427602773 Piglets, 12 weeks old, coloured, $100 each Ph 53871301 Arabian Filly, purebred, bay, 0447252515 should mature 15hh, easy to Pony, 12.2HH reg Welsh handle, $800 Ph 53542792 Mountain, for sale or swap $2500 ARP Gelding, True Burnt Ph 53891556 Buckskin, 3yo, eligible x 4 registration, well handled, should Puppies, Pomeranian X Jack mature 14hh, quiet, friendly, Russell, 7 weeks old, 1 male, 1 reluctant sale, prefer show home, female, good natured pups, sable colour, 978102100043121, 42430 $2000 Ph 53542792 Bay Gelding, 16hh, 6yrs old, $400 Ph 53920243
Leadlight Secretaire Cabinet, with fitted writing desk, 1150mm width, 1885 height, EC $500 Ph 0417558774 Ph 2011 Cub camper Daintree, off road, EC $15,000ono Ph 0432398279 Singer Treadle Sewing Machine, beautiful stitcher, VGC, extras Camper Jayco Dove, pop top, 1984 with annexe, GC, rego 01/14, $325 Ph 53581100 R21434 $5500 Ph 0408222466 Miners Lounge, 0428324210
Caravan, Windsor pop-top, EC, r/o awning, microwave, island double bed, $12,000 Ph 53562310 or 0400699039
Jayco Westport Pop Top 1996, 17’, air conditioning, rollout awning and annexe, gas cooktop and grill, 3way fridge, island double bed with storage, EC $17,000ono Ph 0419972013
Drink Fridge, Orford, 2 glass doors, shelves and lights $1300 Ph 0417101120
toilet, battery pack, 3 way fridge, iPad, with retina display, inc gas elec hot water, gas elec keyboard cover, 64gb WI-FI/ stove, roll out awning, single beds cellular, Perfect condition $580 Ph R95403 $28,000 Ph 0417302688 0419571506 Horsham Slide-on Camper, Millard 1985, 3 Laptop Optima Centoris V862, berth, fridge, stove, battery pack, 15” screen, Windows O.S, Nvidia Compass caravan 2005, 19’16”, GC $5500 Ph 0439797922 or Gforce 7300, 120gig HDD, core2 duo T5600, elite laptop case $200 3 way large fridge, gas HW, 4 53871504 Ph 0428336397 burner stove, microwave, AC, TV, island DB, shower, toilet, roll out awning, full annexe, 4 new Farm Machinery tyres, always shedded $36,500 Ph 53811020 or 0427811020 13HP Davey pump, vanguard Concept 17’6”, 2009, QB, 15” e/start motor, overhauled, new wheels, checker plate, external fuel system, 3 x 50mm outlets, cable, roll out BBQ, as new annexe $31,500ono Ph 53811733 Supreme pop top, 2005 18’ 6”, hoses, new $2295, sell $1600 Ph dual axle, battery pack, DB, AC, 53524795 Ararat or 0428504538 VGC, $27,000 Ph 0409853581 or 16ft x 8ft Thornton single deck, Hacienda, 17’, 4 berth, full 53452813 galvanised sheep stock crate annexe, 2-way fridge, rego 6/13 $5500 Ph 53982465 or Viscount Pop Top 1980, s/axle, $1000 Ph 53502321 18’, 5-berth, GC, rollout awning, 1985 International T2670, with 0467362436 full annexe, large 3-way fridge/ 22ft grain tipper, GC, QRTT, Hi-Ace 1980 pop-top camper, freezer, front kitchen, reg 02/14 great seed fertiliser truck, 5361F, fair condition OHZ724 $3000 Ph $6900 Ph 0428827015 Ararat $30,000+GST Ph 0428541522 53566212
Jayco Expander, 16’ pop top, 12/05 build, 3-way fridge, roll out awning, inner-spring mattress $23,500 Ph 0419351246
2001 Roma pop-top, 14ft, s/beds, Caravan pop top, Gazal Infinity EC, $13,000 Ph 53548223 1999, 16’ x 7’6”, SB’s, power 2003 Spirit Camper Trailer, brakes ect, new condition $16,000 as new , heavy canvas and tail Ph 53822537 gate kitchen P89984 $7000 Ph Caravan Traveller, tandem 0447398338 17’16”, pop-top, HD tyres, 2cyl, 2004 Royal Flair Pop Top lots of extras, annexe $16,000 Ph Caravan, 14’, rear entry, DB i/ 53891504 spring, fridge, cook-top, m/wave, Caravan, Paramount 18’6”, annexe, elec brakes, used four 2005, DB, 3-way fridge, 4-burner times, always shedded, EC gas stove and oven, AC, fridge, $16,000 Ph 0409433672 Stawell microwave, battery, DVD surround 2005 16ft Regent Crusader, roll sound, leadlight cupboards, r/o out awning plus annexe, single awning and new full annexe, beds, 3-way fridge, microwave, one owner, always shedded, EC R55050 $16,500 Ph 53941981 $34,500ono Ph 0428133100
Cool Room Motor, Kirby drop in unit, 1hp, 6mths use, 240v, EC $1700 Ph 0417101120
Millard 14’ pop top, 4 berth, Prime Mover, International 2-way fridge, full annexe, rego S2600, 400 Cummins, 13 spd, 2/14 $6500 Ph 0467362436 PTO bunk, AC, turn table, Millard 16’ pop top, VGC, 12 NNP882, semi tipper trailer also months rego, DB, gas electric available $25,000 Ph 0419323118 fridge, gas stove, oven, AC, Compas 15ft Pop Up Caravan full annexe $10,000ono Ph Computers & 1993, island double bed, 0419514118 Entertainment wardrobes, hot plates, 3 way fridge, sink, plenty cupboard Reduced caravan, permanent Desktop Intel Core 2 QUAD CPU space, excellent condition, light onsite, with large solid wall Q8400 2.66GHZ, Nvidida Gforce annexe, all chattels wiwo, $24,000 blue interior E27531 $15,000 6600, 320gig HDD multi recorder, Ph 0458923298 Beachport Ph 0402302028 Robyn REDUCED Majestic Knight 20” monitor, keyboard and optical Single Axel, 17’ long, shower and mouse $350 Ph 0428336397
Camper trailer GIC extreme off road, as new, fully optioned, mattress, rego 12/13 $6000 Ph 15’ Jayco Series 90, pop-top, 0429233729 GC with as new full annexe, D/B, Caravan 1987 Male Trail, 16’, 3 way fridge, 4 burner cook top, front kitchen, DB, annexe, GC oven hardly used, microwave, $6500ono Ph 0400016358 Jayco 12’ Pop Top, with annexe, pantry, many cupboards $8750 truck tyres, HD susp, and more Ph 53521005 Ararat $7200ono Ph 0429810550 1992 Windsor Pop Top, 16’, off Jayco 2007 Expander, AC, EC, road tyres, AC, 3-way fridge, gas annex flys, roll out awning, always stove and microwave, 12 volt/ shedded, S45774K $27,000ono 24 lights, DB and bunks, new Ph 53911772 annexe, hot water, TV antenna Caravan 1999 Roadstar, 12 Jayco Expanda Outback, 2008, $14,000ono Ph 0417554089 mths rego, DB, 3-way fridge, gas battery pack, roll out awning, full 1999 Jayco Hawk Campervan, stove and HWS, microwave, AC, annexe, bed flys, great family full annexe, EC, more info shower and toilet, rollout awning, van, very spacious, one owner, $13,500ono Ph 55752789 or P32475, must sell $29,000 Ph immaculate condition $31,000ono 53922563 0400537613 Ph 0438887732 or 53874235
Jayco Finch campervan 1983, full annexe, VGC, rego 9/13 $4800 Ph 53820764 Jayco Hawk Campervan, 2002, in good condition, full length annexe with floor pole, front verandah and bed flys, light truck tyres, will sleep up to 5 people, $12,990 Ph 0438332847 Karen, Nhill
2 x Paton SF24 stock feeders, as new condition $1260 incl each Ph 53547579 or 0429944479 30’ 5160 Shearer Bar, 620 edge on tynes, new shears, VGC $17,600 inc Ph 0417539107
Windsor Caravan, one owner, A/C, 4 burner stove and griller, microwave, 3 way fridge, lovely interior of soft green, double bed, R.O awning and annex, , always shedded, EC $17,900 Ph 53826676 or 0428826676
Austin 1951 Tray, 12’, UB hoist, grain bin, suit wreck, Edmunds bale loader, bag loader, best offer Windsor Windcheater 2000, 19’, Ph 53547510 evenings only double bed, battery and AC, roll Baler Class Rolant 85, VGC, $4400 out awning, full annexe, shower, Ph 0427957222 light and weight, easy to tow Berendes Grader Blade, 8’, 3 N5339 $26,000 Ph 0415060314 point linkage, hydraulic angle and
Clothes & Accessories
Horsham West School uniform package, 7 shirts sized 10-12, as new, 8 long trousers, 2 bomber jackets, school backpack, library bag and reader pocket $100 Ph Jayco Pop Top, 90 series, 53811258 single axle, single beds, 3 way r/f, oven 4/burner cook top, plenty Commercial cupboards XRH094 $9000ono Ph Equipment 53827594 Jayco Starcraft 17’ pop top 2000, rollout awning, light annexe, absolutely all extras included, EC, great value, $12,490 Ph 53823485
Air seeder, 32’ AFM bar 8” cut, floating hitch with alfarm A550 bin, new spare belt included, VGC $45,000 inc GST Ph 0428894258 or 53894258 Dimboola
Commercial Black 3 glass door under bar refrigerator cabinet, new cabinet with motor, $1800ono Ph 53302008
tilt $5000ono Ph 0427323041
Boom spray, Hardi, 1200LT x 12m, foam/draw bar and hyd, EC $2200inc Ph 0428504228 Kaniva Boom spray, Hardi, 3400L, 20m Navigator, D/S foam, 16.9/30 tyres, hydraulics, lift and fold $19,800inc ono Ph 0427808601 Boomspray 2000lt Silvan tandem simplicity susp. 60’ hyd lift, fold broom, D.S foam, elec controls $14,300 Ph 0427871404 Chisel plough 3pl, 13 tyne, heavy duty, comes with crumble roller, 12’ 6” cut with adjustable depth wheels, EC $8800 inc GST Ph 0428211555
Thursday, May 9, 2013
Class 96 Header, 5000hrs, 25ft Slasher Lockston, 15’, red Black Plastic, 8 new rolls, 4m finger reel, trailer, $10,000+GST model, mulching loads $4000 Ph x 50m, suitable for grain shed Ph 0427861052 Kaniva floors and bunkers $1200 Ph 0428823372 Cultivator Ackland 33’, spring Slasher, Irish, 8’ gear box $600 0427323041 release $500 Ph 0408372666
Cultivator Daken, 3PL, S tyne, 6’, with Daken drop seeder, 2 cover harrows to suit $1500 Ph 0427340814 Cultivator Shearer Fieldspan 33’, $1100 Ph 0427957222 Diamond Chain, approx 32’ $7000 Ph 53808264 Draffen sheep handler, mounted in enclosed crutching trailer, feed in race, OH plant, flexi tube, handpiece, VGO $5500 plus GST = $6050 Ph 0429944479 or 53547579 Excavator, Mitsubishi MS180LC, 18T, MUD/GP buckets, GC, very reliable $24,200 Ph 0427360603 Field Bin, Ackland, 20tonne with bagger $2000 Ph 0409388611 Flexi coil, 550 pound tynes $500neg Ph 0428911459 Fuel tanks, 800lt and 100lt $500neg for the lot Ph 0428911459
Books - Old, maths, physics, Small square baler, M.F 124, GC chemistry, suit yr 12 student, good revision exercises $20 the lot Ph $2900 Ph 0419389693 53562301 Spray Tank Hardy, 1600L, fibreglass, $500 Ph 0428837235 Bostich Nail Guns, 1x framing gun, 75mm nails, 1x rotary Spray tank, rapid spray, 2400Lt, magazine for lighter work also fiber glass $500 Ph 0408372666 nails, made in USA $400neg Ph Stihl O5I Chainsaw, VGC, 26 53524062 Ararat spare chains, 3 spare bars, $700 Buggy Twister, Good Goer $500 Ph 53583326 Ph 0427957222 Tank, 95,500ltr, galvanised maxi, Café Tables and Chairs, EC, 50 2” outlet and ball valve, ladder, black Bentwood Style chairs, 5 lockable access hatch, plus extras rectangle tables, 15 round tables $5500 Ph 0418304855 $6,000ono Ph 0412936307 Tractor Chamberlain Champion, Camping fridge, 3 way, 12v 240 can be seen working $4500 Ph and gas, 35-40lt, chest cold mark 0409211839 2, EC $400ono Ph 0429393549 Tractor Tyres, rims and hubs x2, Carpet, near new, top quality to suit MX Case, 620/70 R 42, wool, approx 120 square metres, 95% + $10,000 Ph 0408369685 RRP $4800, sell $2800 Ph Tractor, 1978 7040 Allis 53823092 Chalmers, 140HP, 7885hr, 2 remotes, 2 speed PTO duals, front end weights, GC $8500 inc GST Ph 53843233 Ph 0408372666
Harrows, precision rolling harrow, EC, hydraulic fold/life, adjustable UD CWA 300, Marshall TM880 to 25’ $7700 Ph 0409859084 Spreader, Lister 3cyl spinner Header, JD 6600 C/W 22ft open motor, GPS guidance, Bartlett ball Case 460 Chain Trencher, front bat reel, completely re-built $45,000+GST Ph 0408369685 2000 model, 27hp Kubota and ready, good goer $10,000 Ph diesel engine, hydrostatic drive, 53598254 4WD and 4 wheel steer, good Header, John Deere 7720 turbo, 2 chain with tungsten faced teeth, speed drum, 30ft tyne, reel front & z-way backfill blade, eng no trailer, 3000hrs, smale plucker to V1505WH1099 EC, $15,000 plus suit $20,000+GST Ph 53808227 GST Ph 0427873578 Russel Header, John Deere 7720, 1988, Cast Iron Bath, second hand, EC, 30’ front, comb trailer 2608hrs, excellent condition, best offer Ph always shedded, choppers, Vennings Auger, 50 x 9 self 53824219 hillside reverse feed, harvest propelled, hyd lift, VCG $11,000 Chainsaw, Poulan-pro, 51cc, 20” inc GST Ph 0427325497 ready, $17,000 Ph 53521782 bar $400 Ph 0428504725 Water cartage tank, rapid spray, Chainsaw, Stihl 028, super 15400lts, can be reduced to any 51cc, 16 inch bar, one owner, size down to 4200lts, with 4” mint condition, workshop and field camhock out let, retail $18,000, tested, 3 months warranty, $550 sale price $10,000ono Ph Ph 0439723289 0419323118 Horsham Heavy Duty Trailer, with tank and Wheatlander cultivator bar, 33’ 5.5hp pump inc hoses, reduced HD $1000ono Ph 0429857221 $3900 ono Ph 0418529907 Ararat Howard Bagshaw 24 run, fair condition levermatic $600 Ph 53808264
Fridge, 300lt Kelvinator, ideal Old School Desk, painted with beer fridge $100 Ph 0407972090 folk art $100ono Ph 53585499 Nhill Out Door Chairs, brand new Furniture, Pine coffee table $100 never used , 6 green, 6 white pick up only Ph 0407357985 $100ono Ph 53911989 Nhill Golf Buggy, “laser lite”, (not cart), electric, carry bag, charger, $280, as new, spare battery $100 Ph 53522123 or 0431215956 Ararat
Singer Machine in Horn cabinet, boxes of cotton, fabric and patterns $150ono Ph 0428428035
Gopher, DX, as new, has near 5 months warranty, cost $3500, sell $2500 Ph 53820896
Summer duct lifter, max height 5.5, model 2118, $1200 Ph Childs matching desk, chair, 0419571506 Horsham bookcase and side table in blue Swimming pool, 24’ x 12’, near and cream, $250 Ph 0418175930 new liner, bubble cover, sand filter and pump, ladder and hoses Couch , 2 seater and 2 chairs $150 Ph 53820896 $1000 firm Ph 53922233 Couch and matching recliner, Table top Arcade Machine, 21” brown, micro fibre, too big for unit, high resolution VGA Monitor, as new, $525 Ph 53581320 or 3 side - 2 player, flip screen 0409582273 Stawell function, 1066 games including Donkey Kong, Galaga, Frogga, Cupboard/ TV unit, country look, Pacman, Street Fighter etc, free solid wood, GC, large $500 Ph credit button, ideal Christmas gift, 0428915271
Gopher, Rumba Eureka, electric, blue, GC, with charger and carry basket, suitable for indoor and outdoor $750 Ph 0409191458 Stawell
Palm Tree for sale for removal at buyers expense, price is negotiable Ph 0447362925
Six man camper tent fits on 6x4 trailer, brand new, still in box $1300ono Ph Peter 0429139502 AH Sofa Bed, 0429238478
EC $350 Ph
Patio Gas Heater, still in box $150 Ph Peter 0429139502 AH Hand crafts, one box, knitted knee rugs and bed spreads, Pea Straw/Garden mulch, weed suitable for market $120ono Ph free, $5 delivered Horsham area Ph 0407011084 0428428035 Hitachi compound mitre saw, Plega Adjustable Bed, double approx 10 yrs old $340 Ph size, touch button control to elevate back and legs, as new 53881238 Toolondo area $1399 to arrange an inspection Ph Honda engine, GX 390, electric $2000 Ph 0409523448 0438981153 Ballarat start $900 Ph 0428504725 Tent, Blackwolf Mojave SG6, as Honda motor, stationary 11HP new $350 Ph 0437009711 GX380, suit wood splitter, new Timber , Oregon, 10inch x 2inch x carby and a/cleaner, GC $475 Ph 54m, 8 inch x 2 inch x 36m, $1000 0411419516 Ararat Ph 0419505737 Hot water service, new, electric, Timber flooring, Cowley pine, Rheem 315L $600 Ph 53564502 6” x 1” boards $900ono Ph Hot Water Service, Volken mains pressure electric, 50 litres, 5 1/2 Pump, Hardi 1203/9, coupled 0429981984 years old, EC $400 Ph 53913197 to Honda 5hp motor w/gear Timber Window, second hand, 1 reduction, max pressure, fixed pane/2 sashes, 2693 long x after 6pm House bricks, 2500, s/hand, 15bar/220PSI delivering 90lts 1268 high, GC $250 Ph 53581173 clean, ready to lay, $2000ono Ph per/min $650 Ph 0428336397 AH Willaura 0418535801 TORO Wheel Horse ride on mower, 212.5 model, 12hp Kitchen Benches, secondhand, Queen size doona, pure wool, motor, GC $1000 Ph 53982486 1x 2400 x 600, 1x 1800 x 600, mini jumbuck $100 Ph 53821468 inc sink, Ararat pickup $250 Ph Tradesman plank, 4m, or 0418370933 0419322775 aluminium, EC $100 Ph 53823833 REDUCED Rotary Hoe, Hassett heavy duty, forward, reverse gear, Trailer, steel 6x4, GC $395 Ph Honda motor, 6.8hp, new blades 0427523317 $1000ono Ph 0407425689 Trampoline, childrens, good
Klamp Wheel Lock, 100% protect your car, size 14”, its new $109 Ph 0400543038
135 Litre HWS/LPG 2009 model, I Tyre, 600/65 R 28 $1000+GST VGC $550ono Ph 0439309805 Ph 0408369685 17 boxes of books, Readers Inter 711 Header, 18ft comb Digest, novels, crafts, gardening, with trailer, in good condition Ph cooking, 100 plus LPs $200ono 50833496 AH Ph 0428428035 Inter 725 Header Hydrostatic, 2 Plega Single Beds, 3ft x 20ft comb/15ft open front with 6.8ft inchs, touch button controls, comb trailers, in good condition back and leg lift with inner spring Ph 50833496 AH mattress, EC, cost $4500 each Jackman powder pickler $250 Sell $3000 each Ph 0447539415 inc GST Ph 0428911459 3 Wheel Walker With Zip-up JD 7720 Header, reverse feed, Leather Bag, excellent condition dual speed drum, 230 front, $50 Ph 53581100 Stawell comb trailer, GC $18,000ono Ph 4-Frame honey extractor wax 0428821394 trough and gas hot knife $600 Ph John Deere 40’, Chamberlain 275 0488068251 bar, 9 and 3/4” spacing, near new, cast points, air kit, GC $7700 inc A Bali 7 nights, Peninsula beach resort, Nusa Dua, 5 star, 22 to GST Ph 0418553990 29 Jun 2013, suitable for family John Deere Tractor, 8760, of 4 or 2 couples $800ono Ph 300HP, 24sp power shift, 8000hrs, 0438825856 GC $35,000 inc Ph 0428212996 Air Conditioner, brand new John Shearer 28 run, fair still in box, Mistral reverse cycle condition $1000 Ph 53808264 $600ono Ph 53911989 Nhill John Shearer Trash Culti Drill, Air hose reel with air fittings 27 run small seed box, farm scan and air pipe, new $100 Ph Peter monitor, VGC $11,000 +GST Ph 0429139502 AH 0427836214 Airless spray unit pump, Greco John Sheerer harrows, 13 leaf, Construction King $6000 Ph 40’ hydraulic lift $880 inc GST Ph 53582131 0428911459 Aluminium TOA Trailer, Borcat Off Set Disc Shearer 606, 40 32’ x 6’6” tri-axle, tare 6.5 tonne, plate, $11000 Ph 0427957222 roll tarp, service history, excellent order $33,000inc Ph 53931228 or 0419025984
Computer desk, height 820mm, depth 300mm, width 400mm, as new condition, no longer required Kubota BX1860 2011 Tractor, $150 Ph 0411459992 with front end loader and konga Cool Room, 6m long x 2.4 high x 1.2m slasher, only 35hrs use, 2.4 wide, pallet door, 5 1/2 years diesel, 4wd, EC $19,000 Ph old, EC, $10,000 Ph 53913197 53595264 after 6pm Large Corner T.V Unit, on castors, with above shelf for DVD/ Austar, suit 42” T.V $300ono Ph 0447539415 Life Jackets, 5 in EC, waders in EC $150 Ph 0419505737
Cycads, 10 medium size, great stylish pot plants or in ground $30each Ph 0428504913
Dimplex Refrigerated Air Cooler, reverse cycle, portable, Lincoln AS400/50 welder, EC as new, $550 Ph 53596260 or $4500 Ph 53582131 0439855993 Log fire, Heat Charm, gas, Double Horse Float, Franklin, console, burgundy, fan forced, flue all new tyres, registered, fair kit, EC, $395ono Ph 0411852529 condition, J62305 $3500 Ph Mariner Outboard, long-leg, 0418792512 15hp, elec start, ec, very little use Elec lift chair, navy leather, $1800ono Ph 0407737659 cloth cover, on wheels, $700 Ph Meat Saw, GC $500 Ph 53541380 0402632058 Mig Welder, 320 austmig S phase Engine, Honda, 4 stroke, 7HP, fair with traveller, heavy duty, EC, on condition $200ono Ph 53821819 transporter wheels $1600 Ph Fire wood, olive, dry, very dense, 0427874213 beats red gum, keep this for year Antique horse drawn plough, round supply, 6x4 trailer load $50 Mobile cool room, 1.5m high, 1.4m deep, 1,5m wide, 240 single furrow garden display $200 Ph 0418371448 volt, can also use as freezer, 12 Ph 53596244 Fire wood, red gum, 10 and 20 months rego, T52842 $5000 Ph Axe, 3pt linkage, hyd wood super cubic meters, delivery available 0408272406 $2000 Ph 0428504725 $975 Ph 0437662600 or Mountain bike 12spd, motorised REDUCED Header CAT Lexion BBQ, 3 burner, on wooden trolley 0448263700 bike , dual suspension, VGC, new 470R 204, 340hp, 30ft front $75 Ph 0407972090 Nhill Fire wood, various sorts, cut 1’ to tyres, factory, built, 49cc, 2 stroke, and trailer, GPS yield mapping, Auto contour, 2080 cut hrs, Bed, futon, queen size innerspring 4’, cheap, pick up in Lake Bolac $1000ono Ph 0409611957 Stawell Ph 0431695605 ready for harvest, have retired, mattress $400 Ph 53822911 Noritake (Evansdale) dinner set, $165,000ono Ph 53541270 or Bench Seats, flip up, 4 seats per Firescreen, sturdy steel $80 Ph excellent condition, 8 settings, 56 0427322006 pieces, $400 Ph 53825283 53823833 row, $30 Ph 0408557603
DB Mattress, Sealy Posture Premier retail $1200 brand new $800 ono Ph 0428975203 Bill
Dickwick Magnet, queen-size, EC $100 Ph 0448825609 or 53810390 Dining Chairs, 2 x Straight Backed Edwardian $200 Ph 53562301 Dining Table, walnut with metal legs, six fabric chairs $800 Ph 53822911 Dinning setting, extension laminated table, steal frames, 6 padded chairs, EC $250 Ph 0408100636 Stawell Entertainment Unit, 1.45 x 0.50 x 0.55m, includes CD storage shelves and drawer $550 Ph 53822911 Fridge, 322lt, EC $150 Ph 53823833
Household Package, TV unit, condition $75 Ph 53595285 or dining table, pinto chairs, 3 drawers lowboy Ph 53822256 or 0429200566 0429822256 Twister Buggie, 150cc, GC 6 Kitchen Crome Setting, $1500 Ph 0427913221 chairs, vinyl, saffron colour, tan Vetch feed, $500 a tonne Ph trim; wood grain laminated table, 0448891486 or 53891486 chrome double legs, as new $325 Winch, Portable Electric, 12v Ph 53581100 3000 pound capacity, new $200 Kitchen table, circular, one REDUCED Trailer, any use, Ph Peter 0429139502 AH metre, four metal and one cane tailor made to house amazingly Wood Stove, IXL, hot water chairs $300 Ph 53822911 safe fishing/recreation boat, service tank inc $500 Ph LG TV, excellent picture, inc folding trailer with separate fuel 53928259 extras $35 Ph 53824164 compartments, folding draw bar, lifting lid that can have the boat Wood stove, Stanley Agar, flue Lounge Room Suite, 3 piece, 2x on top, the ultimate holiday and kit, GC, HW jacket $900 Ph electric recliner chairs, 3 seater couch with both ends electric weekender, only take the toys 0448009803 AH recliners, chocolate in colour, or tents you want out the rest velour-like fabric $1800ono Ph gets locked up, instant roll out Household Items 0428922335 kitchen on wheels, fantastic and rare set up, pristine condition, more pictures available, Boat Air conditioner, refrigerated is perfect for local waterways, portable Nobo Cool, EC, hardly can carry in pieces to hidden used, view in Horsham $600 Ph waterways, full rig, 15hp OB, 53836378 sounder and all safety gear, 4 door trailer, elec brakes, 2 Bricks glass, 90 in panel 1800 x compartments one for boating 1000, from shower wall, best offer gear (inc motor and trailer), 2 fuel Ph 53991203 Lounge suite, 3 seater reclining store areas, made for each other, Chair, Oscar electric lift, EC, $800 couch with 2 reclining chairs, tan Boat- KH605, Trailer- S95831 Ph 0429954795 colour, barely used, EC $750 Ph $12,000 Ph 0419553163 0427902165 REDUCED! Hydraulic Landing Lounge suite, 3 seater with Legs for Semi Trailer, with wheels, 2 recliner chairs, EC, green, $400 Ph 0419323118 paid $1800, sell $500ono Ph Ride on mower, 12.5HP, white, 38” cut, EC, not $2000 just $1000 Ph 0428975203 Bill Ride on mower, 38” cut, electric start, new battery, blade, bearings $765 Ph 0409851412
Lounge Suite, cream genuine leather, 3 seater, 2 chairs, brand new, hardly used, beautiful style/ look, cost $3500, sell $1950 Ph 0409405629 Horsham
Lounge suite, Jacobean, GC Ride On Mower, Greenfield $350 ono Ph 0400102881 30”cut, brand new motor and Childs matching desk, chair and battery $1500 Ph 0458681119 bookcase in peach and cream Ride on mower, John Deere $220 Ph 0418175930 STX38 model, hydro transmission, EC, one owner $1500 Ph 53521884 or 0400631460 Ride On Mower, White Cruise Matic, 38” cut, 12 HP $1500 Ph 0458681119
Lounge, blue, 5 seat, with corner glass table, in good condition, $300 Ph 0438332847 Karen, Nhill
ROK Electric Vacuum Blower, never used, still in box $100 Ph 0447539415
Oven/ grill/ ceramic stove top Westinghouse, 54cm upright , 2yo $750 Ph 0428915271
Saw bench, tungsten tip blade Childs matching desk, chair and $350ono Ph 0419569809 bookcase, plus matching dressing Shoprider mobility scooter, table with mirror and side table 2009m as new condition in purple and cream $400 Ph 0418175930 $1850ono Ph 0408234547
Pine Kitchen Dresser, solid, 2 piece $390 Ph 0427523317 Recliner, lift electric chair, cloth fabric, VGC $350 Ph 0439089556 Minyip
Camero Legend series 2 2001, 350 chev, velvet drive, FMR, Bimini, 335hrs, tandem trailer, 6 month reg on both $19,500 Ph Stools, Bar/kitchen x2, cedar 0408372666 stain, country style, high backs, Caribbean Calais 5.69m, dunbier swivel seats, as new, no marks, trailer, new breaks, wheels, axle $120 pair Ph 0409405629 etc, mercury 150HP, ski pole, full Horsham travel covers, new battery, radio, Table, laminate with padded immaculate condition, great all chairs, GC $50ono Ph round fishing, skiing, family boat $18,000ono Ph 0887622611 0432635701 Single under bed, trundle, white metal, $120 Ph 0427630051
Television low-line unit, mahogany stain, cupboard with shelving each end, shelf & 2 drawers down middle, as new, no marks, beautiful style/look, 1650mmLx700Hx500D, $450 Ph 0409405629 Horsham Trundle bed and mattress, used twice, EC $50 Ph 0408100636 Stawell Tumble Dryer, gas/electric, VCG $275 Ph 0427523317 Vintage indoor plant stand, wooden 1930’s style $30 Ph 53824164 Wall unit/dresser, pine, 4 drawer, 2 cupboards, 2 shelves, 220H, 150W, 52D, 1 off piece, built by a cabinet maker, $350 Ph 0427182015 Washing Machine, Whirlpool Cabrio, 10kg, automatic, 11 months use, like new, cost $1200, sell $550 Ph 53812364 Window double glazed, 2440 x 1315, cream trim, 2 panels, one opening $400 Ph 53991203
19’ Haines Hunter deluxe, complete rebuilt, V8 on board motor with leg, 1/2 cabin with two beds, toilet and sink, unfinished project $8500 Ph 0403592891 2001 Savage Jabiru, 3.8m 15HP mariner, front casting deck, color Lowrance fish finder, tarp, with trailer, all EC, boat GD637, trailer S18236 $5200 Ph 0401148072 Ararat 5.2 Stessl, centre console, 60HP evinrude, redco trailer, full floor safety gear and extras $6000 Ph 0429797173 Boat, 3.4m aluminium tinny, Bermuda 340 Discovery, JV marine trailer, 15hp Yamaha motor, walk on trailer, eagle fish finder, tonneau cover, $4500 Ph 53524351 or 0439624351 Boat, brand new Hunter Marine v-nosed punt and gal trailer, 15hp Honda 4-stroke motor warranty end 2016, new rod holders, fish finder and life jackets, carpet floor R27054 $8000ono Ph 0427816202
Thursday, May 9, 2013
Motorcycles Volkswagen - Harley Davidson Trike, 1600cc, Harley forks tank seat, custom paint, $15,500 Ph 0437759798
Yamaha Thunderace YZF1000R, 1997, RWC, reg Dec 13, VGC, 2005 Triumph Daytona 955i sports tourer, heaps of extras, regrettable sale, CQ450 $4500 Ph performance motor, VGC, 0409551122 44,500km, rego 12/13, panniers Yamaha TT600, 1987, 17,000kms, tank bag included, DD692 $8500 GC for age, unregistered $1500 Ph 0400923733 Ph 0427816202 Catamaran, cheap, Alpha Omega 2006 Yamaha Pee Wee 80, 4.5mtr, trapeze, race rigged EC, hardly used $1600 Ph w/ trailer, C50/253 $2950 Ph 0409510232 Motor Vehicle 53566236 Accessories Boulevard C50 Cruiser, Suzuki, Jet Ski, RXT, 215HP, gripper seat, fuel injected V-Twin, red 2006 updated bars, super charge, will model, low kms, as new, many 5 Landcruiser 80 series 6 stud trade for KXF 250 $11,000ono Ph extra, FO852, $7500ono Ph steel 16”x18” rims, with nuts and 0408068646 0428852338 caps $500 Ph 0427329356 Kayak, Dagger Halifax 5m, sea Buell XB9R Firebolt, 2002, Canopy Ute Back to suit std kayak, rudder, skirt, ideal ocean/ 29000km , VGC, Long reg, tray, near new cond, $1800 Ph river, VGC $1195 Ph 53840264 GD854,$7800 Ph 0407636449 0418535801 Kayak, 2.8m Zambesi inflatable Honda CRF 230, 2010 model, kayak, pump and carry bag, as looks new, little use, comes with Canopy, to suit 8’x6’ tray, steel new, $260 Ph 53840264 REC rego, 8004.A $4500 Ph frame with lift out side and rear 0447188274 gates, separate front gates for Honda Fire Bade VTR 1000, dogs, complete tarp cover with VCG, low km, after market zip sides and back, near new mufflers, RWC, YA982 $5500 Ph condition $1600 Ph 0429821171 0458311922 ED LSD, 3.27 Ratio, VGC Honda CRF450x, late 2008, $150ono Ph 0428820708 excellent condition, extras, rec rego, new tyres, mechanically Ford Mag Wheels, 4xRoh, tyres A1. 6039A. $8,300ono ph and rims, 225/50ZR16, 95% tread Malibu Response 1998 Bowrider, 0400514500 $600ono Ph 0458681119 fully optional, wake board tower, Honda VTR1000 Fire Storm Gearbox conversion, Ford ED sound system, Bimini, wedge, 2003, 7,600Kms, BR594, V8, excellent family boat, for new tyres, RWC, $8,000 Ph T5, gearbox, bellhaising, flywheel, clutch, tail shaft $500ono Ph serious skier and boarded, 720hrs 0428941264 $29,900 Ph 0400562627 Motorbike trailer, carries 3 0428820708 Quintrex Hornet Trophy, 4.35m, bikes, only used twice $750 Ph Honda 50 HP, 4 stroke, electric 0417477974 trim, full travel cover, Bimini, Quad bike 2x2, Yamaha 350, humminbird sonar GPS, new blue, new battery, goes great tyres and battery, immaculate $2200ono Ph 0409611957 Stawell condition, will deliver to Horsham for genuine buyer $15,000 Ph 0887622611 Hard Top, MGB Qunitrex 385 Explorer, 20HP Manton, good order, Mercury Motor, dunbier trailer, has been stored 30 years, $1000 Garmin fish finder, new canvas Ph 0418529907 cover, fully carpeted, safety gear, rod holders, spare wheel, swivel REDUCED Kawasaki ER6F Hayman Reese 550 pound weight seats, 5 months rego, boat rego 2008, 650CC, Black, immaculate, distribution system, 2nd long drop MC899, trailer rego S95511 $6000 rego till June ‘13, done 3500kms, shank, EC $350 Ph 53581256 original condition for $6000 Ph Ph Chris 0429908895 Jeparit 0408397279 Holden 186 motor, 2 speed auto, Savage Jabiru, 3.55 v-nose punt, 1997 mercury 15HP, 2 seats, RMZ 450, 2008 fuel injected, complete S optioned, 186A87754 safety gear $4000 Ph 0417548650 never raced, EC, some spares $350 Ph 0427051897 AH $5000 Ph 0417477974 Horsham Holden 308 red motor, turbo Ski Boat, Flight Craft Banshee Rolling Chassis, Ford F100, pattern, fresh rebuild, comes with and trailer, EC, perfect family 1973, 3” dropped I-Beam Turbo 350 gearbox $2000ono Ph boat, rego EU165, and trailer rego front axles, 9” diff $3000 Ph 0400048550 TO8348 $6500 Ph 53981979 or 0407350834 53982016 AH Suzuki 2011 GSXR 1000, first Stacer V hull traditional , registered May 2012, 1500km, aluminium, 4.1m DT.327, EC, 1G4JM $13,800ono Ph 25HP Yamaha, center console, 0412733385 professional seating and fittings Suzuki DS80, 1990 model, GC, too numerous to mention, raised VIN: DC13A100738 $950ono Ph transom and outboard pod, travel 0427801969 cover and full Bimini top, large rear step, bilge, 12V outlet, 2 HQ-HZ parts, 2 rear doors, radios, Hummingbird sounder, minimal rust, HZ rear bumper, enclosed fuel tank and battery electric tailgate $250 Ph section, removable rod holders 0400923733 and rod storage, Dunbier gal roller trailer with walkway and led lights, Low line canopy, suit HQ Holden fresh water use only, reluctant $200 Ph 0427051897 AH sale $8000ono Ph WH 53825429 or AH 53824078
Bronze Propeller, 12 inch with 45inch x 1inch s/steel shaft Tinny boat, 11’ 10”, rego NT806, $80neg Ph 53524062 Ararat trailer, rego U39943, mercury 8HP, 4 years warranty, 15 hr The Weekly Advertiser work, anchor, oars, fuel tank, both Suzuki Motorbike, DR650 welcomes your advertising. rego 9/13, selling due to upsize SE, 2010, low kms, 12 months We are required strictly by law $3000ono Ph 0407046393 Noel reg, with RW $6800ono Ph to include specific information Trailer, multi roller boat trailer, 0429139502 AH on some items when to suit 15-18ft boat, new tyres, 2 publishing your advertisement. stage winch, B34913 $1500neg A snapshot of your obligations Ph 53524062 are as follows: BOATS All advertisements for boats Motorcycles must include: • Hull number or 1984 Honda Solo 6 250 roadbike, registration number of GC, no reg, no RWC, eng the boat MC08E2009200 $1200ono Ph Suzuki RMZ 250, 2010, 2 hours If a trailer is included with the 0409352556 boat, the advertisement must use from brand new, perfect also include: 1989 Kawasaki KLR-250, condition will not disappoint, • Registration number or EC, 19,500km, sport $2000 $5900ono Ph 53812373 or chassis number of the on restoration inc top-end over 0412897704 trailer. haul, new battery, brakes, tyres Triumph 07 Daytona Super excellent, suit someone wanting Sport 675, 12 months rego, RWC, reliable bike for farm or off-road vin# SMTTMD10667304239 $2000 Ph 53522617 after 7pm $8000neg Ph 0499248287
Motor Vehicle Accessories
Motor Vehicles Under $3,000
Motor Vehicles $3000 - $10,000
Ford Falcon 1996, green, clean unit, needs $600 spent on RWC, NSU832 $650 Ph 0458820434 Horsham
Mags, CSA Gladiators 4 x 16/8”, EC, near new tyres $600 Ph 0409423541 Mitsubishi Triton hard lid and roll bars, suits GLX-R model, blue, EC $1500 Ph 0434557919 REDUCED Wrecking 1988 Nissan Patrol Wagon 4x4, complete minus motor and gearbox $400 Ph 0411419516 Rolling Chassis, Ford F100, 1973, 3” dropped I-Beam front axles, 9” diff $3000 Ph 0407350834 Set of tyres and rims, Maxxis Bravo, 4 x LT225 / 75R16, 2 tyres x 30% left $150ono Ph 0408397110
Falcon ute 1981 model, manual, PS, EC, 104,000km, good tyres, good body, everything is good, OSB654 $4500Ph 53583324 or Honda Civic wagon 1987, uses 0419388612 no oil, 4 new tyres, selling as is, Ford Fairmont Sedan, 1997, auto, blue, 225,000kms, t/bar, DPO989 $500ono Ph 54662335 dual fuel, gas fitted Nov 2009, Hyundai Sonata, 94, 12 months rego with RWC, silver, 245,000kms, VIN: ideal first car or cheap to run KMHDF21FPSU242872 family car, XIP138 $3750ono Ph $1000ono as is Ph 0437964166 0410017969 Amanda Ford Falcon EL 1998, XR8 Mitsubishi Lancer, 2002, red, sedan, manual, 185kW engine, 155,000km, 2 door, spoiler, dual fuel, 126,000kms, OVP895, alloy mags, no RWC, rego 1/14, with RWC $8250 Ph 0438908574 SBP178 $2800 Ph 0438210178 Ford Falcon Forte, wagon, 2000, MUST SELL Toyota Corolla, new tyres and exhaust, RWC, 1993, no reg, runs well, eng no: reg Jan 2014, 176,000kms, 4A917168 $600 Ph 0438523758 RGT973 $5800 Ph 0429859890 Peugeot 306, 1996, black 4 door or 53910220 hatchback, auto, reliable first Ford Laser Liata hatch 1997, car, sold with RWC, 3 months manual, RWC, new tyres, EC, rego, NUF657 $2500ono Ph 184,000km, rego 11/13, OOJ727 0438870835 $3700 Ph 0447912747 REDUCED Mazda, Utility, 1987, B2000 cab plus, 5 speed, reg March 2013, good tyres, tbar, PFO426 $875ono Ph 0402027023
Tow bar for BA-BF sedan, rated REDUCED Peugeot GL 504, 76 1600kg auto, 1200kg manual model, auto, air cond, original $200 Ph 0400917978 books and papers, burnt valve, still runs good, clean and tidy through out, ideal club car, Ford Marlin Space Cab, AZH163 $1000ono Ph 53569340 220,000km, auto, good tyres, RWC, ROK159 $5800 Ph or 0412482521 0428375775 Toyota Commuter, 1991, 12 seat bus, 279,786km, noisy engine Trades/boat Steel Full Length Roof Rack, for std Ute tray, heavy NJE690 $1550 Ph 0413628306 duty,3.3mtrs x 1.37mtrs $300 Ph Neil 50837259
Ute canopy, Challenge fibre glass, side and rear lockable windows, tinted, 1850W x 2080L, GC $1400 Ph 0428837235 VS Commodore parts only, V6 motor 6HVSK191SL857342, and gear box $1200 Ph 0422249127
Wheels, genuine set of Simmons 3 pc 8” x 18 and 9” x 18, GC, with extra rubber, suit later Fords $2500 Ph 0428824316
Motor Vehicles Under $3,000
Ford TE50 T2, 2001, gunmetal grey, black/blue interior, leather sports seats, sun roof, 5spd manual, 5ltr V8, 206,500kms, RYG555 $8000ono Ph Toyota Dyna RU12 SWB 0400573984 2-Ton, inc Tieman, 1000lb lift, Ford XR6 turbo 2003, auto, runs well, QRL326 $3000ono Ph 168,000km, VGC, SLG624 $9500 0418529907 Ph 53502273 Volvo 81, EC, rego 6/13, FXX820 Holden 99 Vectra, 2.2 SL air, $700 Ph 53824415 after 5pm auto, bucket seats, rego 1/14, VR Commodore Berlina, GC, VGC, PKJ542 $5000ono Ph auto, FQD909 $2000ono Ph 53891504 0427595378 or 0428578587 Holden Astra, 2001, manual, silver, local car, low kms, RWC QVF654 $6000ono Ph Motor Vehicles 0447398338 $3000 - $10,000 1979 924 Porsche, 2lt fuel injection, red in colour, engine no XJOO2750 $5500ono Ph 0429846313 or 0353846313
Holden VZ Calais 2006, V6, 213,000km, lowered, mag wheels, VIN 6G1ZX547X6L565592 $10,000 Ph 0438017363
1969 Toyota Corona, no rust suit restoration, RT 40-610922 $600 Ph 54981227 or 0427981227 1986 Commodore VL wagon, red, un registered, mags, goes well, VIN 6H8VSK35HTL892093, $700 Ph 0429314424 or 1997 Ford XH Longreach, 0420617606 full Pedders suspension, 1987 VL Commodore, owned mechanically A1, dual fuel column from new, 8K196GL223604L $800 auto, 295,000km, 2 new tyres, Ph 54981227 or 0427981227 rego 7/13, OLN227 $4200 Ph 1988 Ford Ute, tarp and ladder 0439632921 rack, rego 10/14 B.B.D.L. mags, 2000 VT Commodore, VIN JL4OJY11692C, DPZ112 140,000km, GC, great first $2200ono Ph 0427855030 car, QLP137 $6500ono Ph 1990 Ford wagon, low kms on 0488552131 recon motor, brakes recently done, near new tyres, extremely reliable, no RWC, WMN572 $1500ono Ph 53848235 or 0408848235
1994 Toyota Corolla, Seca hatch, manual, 160,000km, good engine, no rego/RWC, needs work, VIN Mags, Commodore, 4 -17X7.5, 6T164AE9409652400 $1000ono excellent condition, new tyres, Ph 0400850486 1996 Toyota Hiace Van, $800 ono Ph 0418529907 wheelchair adapted, new motor, gas/petrol, TXK021 $2500 Ph 53569126 Biantie Classic Carlectable Cars, 1-18 scale, huge range Ph 0427562876 Daihatsu Charade Centro 5D hatch, 1996, Super-economical three-cylinder run-around, Mags, Commodore, HSV 4 - straight, mechanically sound, 18x8, excellent condition, new regularly serviced and with good tyres, REDUCED $1500ono Ph tyres. RWC, XHR 429, regrettable 0418529907 sale at $900 Ph 0448571811
Holden Commodore VZ 2004, auto, ABS, cruise control, tow bar, tinted windows, 157,500km, EC, TEM263 $7000ono Ph 0419135010
Holden VZ executive, 2005, sedan, V6 auto, lowered, 5x18” mags, 167,000kms, 12 months rego, RWC, must sell ASAP VIN 6G1ZK54B65L424830, $9000ono Ph 0409439145 Honda CRV, 2002, auto, 183,000kms, RHQ708 $9900 Ph 0438820269
2002 Toyota Hilux, workmate with RWC, 126,000km, TGT542 Hyundai Getz 2008, manual, $7500 Ph 53821264 VGC, 41,000km, bluetooth, tinted 2005 Magna Wagon, 3.5Lt, T windows, good car, cheap to run bar, auto, cruise, climate control, rego 1/14, WWL108 $7000 Ph ABS, cargo barrier, alloy wheels, 0458203564 one owner, full service history, t/b, many extras, UBX194 $8900 Ph Mazda 323, Astina Shades Hatch, 2003, silver, manual, CC, 0428560630 99,000kms, new tyres, full service 2006 Hyundai Getz 5dr Manual history, one female owner, reg Hatch, 75,000km, excellent Nov 13, RWC, SNC481 $8200ono condition, silver in colour, full Ph 0418371448 service history UAY266 $7500ono Mercedes Benz, 300ce 24, Ph 0438754255 1991 collectors item, 5spd auto, 205 Hyundai Getz, 2 door, sunroof, 2 door coupe, EC, nice manual, red, 30,000kms, mags, tyres, as new, drives immaculate, one owner, UGK606 beautifully, tinted windows, white $8,500 inc RWC Ph 0447398338 over light grey YTL458 $8500 Ph 97 Ssangyong Musso, 5cyl auto 0419388612 or 53583324 diesel, good goer, 330,000KM, Mitsubishi Lancer, 1999, GLXi, VIN KPTFOBIBSVP102024 auto, low kms, tint, lowered, reg, $3200ono Ph 0419118788 RWC, PLT324 $6300ono Ph 0407468949 Dimboola
Motor Vehicles $3000 - $10,000
Thursday, May 9, 2013
Motor Vehicles $10,001 - $20,000
Motor Vehicles $10,001 - $20,000
Allotments - Halls Gap. Proven area for sound investment. Fully serviced. Average size 1200m². Magnificent views. From $119,000. Ph 0447582100 Mitsubishi Van, 2005, dual fuel, rego until Jan 2013, THS083 2006 Holden Rodeo crew cab $6900 Ph 53583474 LX, 5 speed manual, V6 3.5lt, AC, SS Commodore 2001, red, power and tinted windows, PS, 170,000km, 6 speed, ZKG125 factory T-bar, tub liner, T/cover, E/brakes, full service history, $10,000 Ph 0428913235 104,000km, RWC, rego 7/13, Subaru Heritage Liberty, AWD UMD449 $14,000 Ph 0418589280 2nd gen, auto, sedan, DGC leather trim, AC, CL, CD, PS, RWC, 250,000kms, long rego, ZEO485 $5500 Ph 0428501277 Toyota Land Cruiser Ute, HJ75, ARB turbo, bull bar and side rails, new a/c, new brakes and bearings, reco 1000 pd warn winch, new BF 2006 Holden Rodeo, 4x4 3.0lt mud terrains and rims, SOR926 diesel space cab, 92,300km, steel dropside tray, snorkel, long range $8800inc 0427836214 tank, dual batteries, air adjustable Toyota twin cab Hilux, 1992, suspension, side steps, bluetooth 144,00km, white, CD, T-bar, 5 radio, UHF, bullbar, tow bar, rego speed manual, 17” mag wheels, 11/13, RWC, XIO284 $18,500ono 2.4lt petrol, EYX296 $3500 as is Ph 0457810223 $4000 with RWC Ph 0408272406 2007 Ford BF ute, 8’ tray, VW Golf, 2003, silver, manual, auto, AC, PS, CD, T-bar, CC, 155,000km, 4 new tyres, rego 110.000km, YRQ979 $10,500 9/13, EC, RWC, SNA705 $8500 AS IS $11,000 with RWC Ph Ph 53811606 0408272406
Motor Vehicles $10,001 - $20,000
Falcon ute BA 2004, 159,000km, hard lid, 18” rims, auto, VGC, TNA728 $11,990 Ph 0408315064
08 Holden VE Calais V Series, silver, auto, 106,000kms, leather, premier sound dvd, new tyres, EC XFP994 $17,500 Ph 0427902375
Ford 2010 WF Fiesta Zetec, grey, manual, RWC, 65,000km, XRK314 $14,500ono Ph 0429821730 or 53881390 AH
1999 Mercedes CLK Elegance, 4.3L V8 2 door coupe, silver, sunroof, 6 stacker CD, excellent car, deceased estate, 168,000km, SFE378 $19,500 Ph 53525675
Ford Focus LV Hatch, 2010, 2.0lt turbo diesel, auto, titanium, RWC, like new, 95,000km, XDE949 $17,000 Ph 0407824753
Urgent Sale VY Series II, manual, rego 8/13, new 18’ tyres and rims, pacemaker extractors and sports exhaust, lowered, SS interior, window tint, EC, ZNZ753 $12,499ono Ph 0437744630 Volvo 2004, SWD097 $12,000ono Ph 53521951
Motor Vehicles over $20,000
Ararat 105 Acres, close to town,excellent location, dam, Nissan Patrol 1998, 2.8 turbo grazing, buildable S.T.C.A, diesel, 2” lift, power chip, heavy available as house and land duty clutch, 3” exhaust, diesel package eng Ph 0438389622 gas, roof rack, awning, duel Block For Sale, 4.6 acres, battery, diff lock, winch, bull bar, 1.86ha, town water/power, 99 air compressor, snorkel, electric Old Hamilton Road Haven Ph brake controls, RWC, PJB363 0438823814 $17,500 Ph 0408503794 or Farm house for sale by removal, 53522671 Ararat Warracknabeal, 4 bedroom, modern kitchen, 12ft pressed tin ceilings Ph 0418562025
Glenorchy Area, 625acres, suitable sheep cropping, 4 bedroom brick home, extensive garden, excellent fencing divided 12 paddocks, approx 60 acres Nissan Patrol ST wagon 2001, Sown Lucerne, shedding includes 3.0Lt turbo diesel, EC, 10 months machinery, hay, workshop and rego, UHF radio, QJN141 $17,500 shearing shed, $1300neg per acre 1987 Hino FF197L, 481,348kms, Ph 0409149395 Ph 53590339 6-cyl turbo, tubles tyres, 6.7m Nissan ST Patrol, wagon 1999 House For Removal, Large beaver tail tray, 5mm flat floors, 2.8L, 6 cyl, TD, EC, RWC, weather board farm home, 8ft hyd bifold ramps, reco eng, new PRB658 $18,000 Ph 0407338811 veranda all around, Rainbow clutch, LED lights, GC, WOW919 area REDUCED $18,000ono Ph 0429951113 $26,400 Ph 53992203 Wal Wal Land, 145 acres for sale , all offers considered Ph 53596244 Wal Wal Land, 145 acres for sale Prado GXL 2002, champagne, , on 3 titles Ph 53596244 turbo diesel, EC, 12 months reg, RWC, many extras, ZKO247 Sound & Vision 2008 Nissan Navara, RX $18,500neg Ph 0427857337 dual cab, tow and bull bar, low Toyota Hilux SR5, dual cab, kms, WWK651 $21,000ono Ph 2003, green, V6, 5-spd manual, Bass Amp, Gallien Krueger, 0432398279 80,000kms, roll bar, canopy 400RB combo, 15in, with back SEE231 $18,900 Ph 0427946640 liner, 4 x 10 bin, near new Holden Berlina International condition, $1200 Ph 0428837235 Sedan, 2011. black, SIDI, rear Car sound system, AM/FM CD, Musical sensors and camera, 37,000km, AUX and USB, speakers, amps, Instruments owned from new, excellent double subwoofer, manual, condition, RWC, YJN383 $24,500 Amplifier, Leem, multiple, KA252, instruction booklets $999 Ph Ph 0418175930 0488394645 as new $500 Ph 50841281
Holden Astra, CDX Coupe, 2006, silver, leather interior, auto, alloy 1999 Toyota Hilux, dual cab, 4x4, wheels, t/wind, full options, EC, Holden VE-SV6 Utility, 60th diesel and gas, canopy, bull bar, 2008, auto, 58,000kms, UUI819 $12,500 Ph Anniversary tow bar, side steps, driving lights, 47352km, one owner, 6 months 53852687 VGC, 243,000km, RWC, PLW167 rego, metallic karma, t/windows, Holden Berlina, 2007, sedan, $14,250 Ph 0408504575 r/sensors, WLE437 $26,500 Ph auto, 60,000kms, registered and 0417384311 2002 4.8 Nissan Patrol, sw, st, RWC, silver, XAH814 $18,990ono duel fuel, manual with AC, CC, BB, Ph 0428851853 Nissan Navara STR, 2003, T-B, S-steps, alloy wheels, ideal 3.0TD, black/silver, LPG injection, for towing, 167,000km WEH493 Holden Commodore VE SV6, manual, lift kit, bulbar, winch, 2007, red, auto, good tyres, $19,000ono Ph 53822654 or 117,000kms, EC, WBE958 rear locker, snorkel, simex and 0418521206 standard tyres, bash plate, $17,500 Ph 0429919296 SWM797 $22,000 Ph 0418559128 Holden Commodore VZ, 2005, 8 seater wagon, VGC, RWC, Toyota Hilux, 4x4 2008 SR, 3.0L XMO017 $10,500 Ph 0459507511 TD, 5-spd manual, dual cab, bullbar, sidesteps, TB, tonneau Holden VZ SV6 Ute, 2004, 6spd cover, 30,000kms, RWC, March man, 203,000kms, reg seep 13, 14 rego, WHI560 $37,990 Ph runs well, YQS258 $15,000 or 2004 C 1 8 0 make an offer Ph 0428845586 53822339 Kompressor Mercedes, leave a msg Toyota Kluger 2008, 114,000km, 85,000kms SVB838 $20,000 Ph silver, VGC, RWC, WPR818 Land Cruiser HZJ75 Ute 1996, 0408822091 very reliable, GC, PTO winch, $22,750 Ph 0407564307 Horsham
Casio keyboard, as new, 61 Digital karaoke Juke Box for piano keys, not a toy, sustain sale (or hire), digital, LCD screen, pedal $360 Ph 53982366 from $1800 Ph 0419563479 Electronic Organ, Lowrey, Panasonic Disk Recorder, double row keys, VGC $500 Ph analogue, ok with set top box EC 53991203 $70 Ph 53522305 Surround Sound System, JBL speakers, Pioneer amplifier, replacement cost $4400 sell $2500 Ph 53822911
Sports Equipment Pearl forum series drum kit, smokey chrome, 6 piece set, 2 cymbals and HI hat, inc softening pads $1000 Ph 0488943644
Bench press, Everlast brand, comes with arm & leg curl extensions, York barbell & weights, rarely used, $195 Ph 0409405629 Horsham
Pedal Organ, old $300 Ph Bicycle mens Giants, never 53562301 used, paid $650, sell $350 Ph Piano Renardi, small upright, 0408313004 VGC $500ono Ph 53585499
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Zaytsev breaks duck neck.
orsham galloper Zaytsev broke his maiden duck at Penola’s Millicent Cup meeting last Sunday.
Trained by Paul Preusker and ridden by stable jockey Holly McKechnie the three-year-old colt was a warm favourite with ‘crow-eater’ punters to take out the 1600-metre event. After the starter released the field McKechnie elected to ride Zaytsev quietly, content to settle towards the rear early. As the 12-horse field made their way past the 700m marker of the picturesque Coonawarra course the son of former Godolphin galloper Ratki was given clear galloping room sliding around the outside of the field with McKechnie placing him in a prominent position just before straightening for home. Under hard riding from his Horsham hoop Zaytsev was able to come with a strong run down the outside diving on the post to score victory by a long
On the strength of this latest win this galloper should be competitive in similar races at Limestone coast meetings. If Zaytsev continues to do the right things by his connections and trainer he may get to keep his manhood for a little longer.
Limestone win The good form of Telopia Downs trainer Darryl Dodson also continued at Sunday’s Penola meeting. Dodson had his consistent charge Bungalally Boy engaged in an 1100m scamper with multiple Horsham Cup winning jockey Holly McKechnie in the saddle. Once the starting stalls flew open Bungalally Boy began like a shot out of a gun and found himself out in the lead in the early stages. In a fine front-running display, the chestnut gelding was able to free wheel and dictate out in front albeit on a hectic pace.
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This latest win was career victory number three after only nine career outings for the son of stud dud Kempinsky and his Horsham-based breeder Ross Starr. On the strength of his latest win Bungalally Boy looks to have a nice future under the tutorlidge of Dodson with fun times expected for his connections.
In brief • To go with the success of Bungalally Boy Darryl Dodson also enjoyed success at the iconic Warrnambool carnival this past week. Dodson got the chocolates with recent stable addition Midnight Express in an 1100m sprint with Holly McKechnie aboard. • Dean Yendall bounced back from a quiet Warrnambool carnival with a win aboard Happy Highway for Ballarat trainer Darren Weir at last Sunday’s Geelong meeting held on the synthetic track.
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As the group of 10 nettys passed the 600m marker the race was on in earnest, but the horse from Kaniva showed his tenacious qualities fighting off all challenges put to him by his rivals.
Greg Baker’s Musee Market put in a nice run last Sunday at Penola and looks to be working towards a win over 2000m in the coming month and would pay to follow.
Fighting hard all the way down the home straight Bungalally Boy scored victory by a neck on the winning post.
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Western Phantoms recruit Riley Stone flies to smash the ball, watched closely by team-mates Josh Gordon and Brady King, during Victorian Volleyball League premier men’s division action at Horsham Basketball Stadium at the weekend. The Phantoms played their first premier level home matches against 2012 champion Monash University, and lost both matches in the double-header. Picture: WILLAMY IMAGES
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Diggers to celebrate W
immera Football League club Horsham RSL Diggers will celebrate a major milestone when they take on MinyipMurtoa on Saturday night.
The Diggers will use the night game at Horsham City Oval to reflect on 30 years of major-league competition.
The club was soon enjoying success and in its 30 years has won eight football premierships, including at least one at every grade, and nine netball premierships. Horsham RSL Diggers president Peter Miller invited anyone with historic connections to the club to post-match celebrations on Saturday night. “We’ve made a special effort to invite the players from 1983 and some are travelling significant distances to be there. Of course everyone else is welcome as well,” he said. History shows that Imperials-Wonwondah, with its inaugural major-league football coach Phil Bunn, lost its first
ACROSS THE LEAGUES Wimmera – Horsham Saints 15.17 (107) d Warrack Eagles 6.10 (46), Dimboola 22.11 (143) d Nhill 12.9 (81), Minyip-Murtoa 14.11 (95) d Ararat 7.10 (52), Horsham 21.18 (144) d Stawell 8.10 (58) Ladder: Horsham Saints 12 points, 186.93 percent, Dimboola 12, 173.78; Minyip-Murtoa 8, 118.18; Ararat 8, 99.37; Warrack Eagles 8, 94.19; Horsham 4, 124.66; Nhill 4, 76.09; Horsham RSL Diggers 4, 62.86; Stawell 0, 49.64 Netball: Warrack Eagles d Horsham Saints 54-22, Nhill d Dimboola 58-38, Horsham Demons d Stawell 58-42, Ararat d Minyip-Murtoa 65-4 Ladder: Horsham United 12, 198.33; Horsham Demons 12, 155.75; Ararat 8, 259.46; Warrack Eagles 8, 151.52; Stawell 8, 100.83; Nhill 4, 81.65; Horsham Saints 4, 58.52; Minyip-Murtoa 4, 26.00; Dimboola 0, 58.66 Horsham District – Edenhope-Apsley 13.14 (92) d Rupanyup 11.10 (76), Kalkee 23.12 (150) d Harrow-Balmoral 5.6 (36), Swifts 9.12 (66) d Natimuk 8.11 (59), Laharum 21.14 (140) d Noradjuha-Quantong 13.7 (85), Pimpinio 23.22 (160) d Taylors Lake 8.7 (55) Ladder: Edenhope-Apsley 20, 181.79; Kalkee 16, 458.60; Laharum 16, 225.92; Natimuk 12, 182.65; Noradjuha-Quantong 8, 138.15; Rupanyup 8, 79.14; Harrow-Balmoral 8, 71.76; Swifts 8, 53.41; Pimpinio 4, 45.76; Taylors Lake 0, 17.17
Horsham RSL Diggers joined Wimmera League from Horsham District League in 1983 as Imperials-Wonwondah, seizing the opportunity to provide its players with the best football and netball possible. At the time, Imperials-Wonwondah, created earlier from a merger between historic district farming and returned serviceman clubs, filled a gap created by the departure of Rupanyup to district league ranks.
Mallee – Ouyen United 26.18 (176) d Jeparit-Rainbow 14.7 (91), Beulah 21.11 (137) d Sea Lake Nandaly Tigers 21.5 (131), Woomelang-Lascelles 12.13 (85)d Walpeup Underbool 10.9 (69) Ladder: Beulah 16, 132.52; Ouyen United 12, 140.91; Sea Lake Nandaly Tigers 12, 137.05; Walpeup-Underbool 8, 154.72; Hopetoun 0, 51.40; Jeparit-Rainbow 0, 48.98
FIRST EIGHTEEN: Horsham RSL Diggers president Peter Miller with a picture of the club’s first senior Wimmera Football League team, as Imperials-Wonwondah, in 1983. The club is celebrating 30 years of major-league competition this weekend.
Mininera – Lismore-Derrinallum 13.20 (98) d Ararat 6.9 (45), Glenthompson-Dunkeld 10.11 (71) d Caramut 7.10 (52), Wickliffe Lake Bolac 30.31 (211) d Woorndoo-Mortlake 4.4 (28), SMW Rovers 13.5 (83) d Great Western 8.15 (63), Penshurst 18.11 (119) d Tatyoon 6.14 (50), Moyston-Willaura 17.13 (115) d Hawkesdale-Macarthur 11.11 (77) Ladder: Wickliffe Lake Bolac 16, 220.24; Glenthompson-Dunkeld 16, 152.12; SMW Rovers 12, 128.86; Moyston-Willaura 12, 117.91; Penshurst 8, 121.74; Hawkesdale-Macarthur 8, 118.13; Great Western 8, 117.57; Lismore-Derrinallum 8, 100.98; Caramut 4, 108.68; Ararat 4, 62.30; Tatyoon 0, 52.17; Woorndoo-Mortlake 0, 33.05
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game by a few points to Warracknabeal. It did, however, under Bunn’s wife Robyn, win its first A Grade netball game.
Evolution The club, with players such as Peter Cooper, Michael Munn, Bruce Knight, the late Des Michaelides, Brian Thomson and others such as Les Wills and brothers Greg and Bryan Harvey, recorded its first Wimmera Football League win, against Murtoa, the following week. It finished sixth that season. Bunn left for North Adelaide, Peter Morrison took the coaching reins in 1984 and
former Collingwood grand final player Chris Perry won the job in 1985 and took the club in a new direction.
The club has since retraced its historic roots and adopted the Diggers nickname as it continues a rebuilding phase.
The club changed its name to Horsham United and adopted a new theme song but continued to play as the Tigers.
The club still boasts three Wimmera League FL individual record holders - Phil Bunn for his 10 goals in a senior grand final; Stephen Edgerton for most senior games with 425 and Brad Miller, most goals in a game with 22.
Bunn returned to coach and in 1988 took the infant club to a senior premiership, kicking a still-standing record 10 goals in the grand final against Warracknabeal at Dimboola. The club was back as a force in 1994, playing in grand finals under Harvey Lang including a 1995 thriller against Stawell.
Horsham sailing season winds up Horsham Yacht Club will have its presentation night at its Green Lake clubhouse on May 25. Competition at the lake last month closed the club’s sailing season. Competition feature two heats of the season finale in 17kph wind gusting to 30kph.
Sailing will resume in the first week of October with the Victorian Inland Championships for OK dinghies. Results: Heat one, Steve Marcroft in Mirror 1, Rick Walker in Paper Tiger 2; Lachie Walker in Hobie Turbo 3; heat two, Mark Ubergang in Laser Radial 1, Marcrofts 2, Anthony Schellens in Paper Tiger 3.
Other notable players include five-time club best and fairest Mal Adams who represented the league 19 times. Bunn, now recruiting manager for Adelaide Crows in the AFL, will be one of the few apologies on Saturday night.
Horsham Angling Club members will take on the bream and mulloway of the Glenelg River in a competition from Pritchard’s Camping Ground on May 18 and 19.
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Assignment confronts Panthers son in the middle to stop the Demons getting quick entry into the forward half. At the other end of the park the Rams need someone to kick multiple goals and in recent weeks no one has been able to kick a bag and it’s hurt the side on the scoreboard.
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ey-forward containment will be on Rupanyup’s mind when it hosts Kalkee in Horsham District Football League this week.
Adam Carter and Josh Beddison are a potent goal-kicking duo for the Kees while Grant Schultz’s height across half forward will give Kalkee midfielders options and plenty of headaches for Rupanyup defenders led by Kevin Wyatt and Daniel Schaper In the last fortnight Rupanyup, led by Drew and Matt Tyler and David Lang, has been playing good football. Drew Tyler provides plenty of pace across half forward and Kalkee’s Zavier Hobbs will probably get first crack and negating his influence. Elder brother Matt Tyler has been providing a target inside the forward 50 and without Kevin Mills in the side it might be Ben Hobbs, with help from Josh Mibus, to stop the big forward laying his mitts on the ball. It will be Kalkee’s midfield that will win the Kees the game. Boasting more class and depth than the Panthers the Kalkee side should be able to get on top after half time. Steve Schultz hasn’t hit top form yet so he is due for a big one and with Tim Wade, Paul Christian, Brendan McDonald and Simon Hobbs rotating through the centre the Panther opposition in Nathan Sasche, Glenn Wyatt and Noel Jorgenson will need to work overtime. Big games continue to confront NoradjuhaQuantong every week and this week the Bombers host premiership favourite Edenhope-Apsley and it will take a huge effort to cause one of the upsets of the season. Edenhope Apsley co-coach James Dixon hit top form last week, slotting home seven goals and finding someone to nullify him will be high on the list of priorities for the Bombers brain trust. Noradjuha-Quantong boasts plenty of firepower up forward through Shane Oakley, Adam Hall and Jarred Combe, but need to limit the ball-winning abilities of the Saints’ midfielders
It will be interesting to see if the athletic assistant coach Tim Friend plays deep in defence and takes it upon himself to lead from the front. Laharum’s key forwards are getting good supply from the likes of Zac Price, Daniel Easson and Robbie Miller and if their form holds the Demons will enter next week’s huge clash against Kalkee full of confidence.
Roos back Harrow-Balmoral will return to the winners’ circle by accounting for a dogged Pimpinio outfit at Balmoral this week. After a tough first quarter last week the Roos were able to hold onto the ball with greater effect. Pimpinio celebrated its first win of the season and will be hoping Dylan Baker can maintain his form in the key forward spot after an unfortunate training injury to Sam Turmine. ON THE BALL: Noradjuha-Quantong recruit Matt Ward has been in superb form since switching from Harrow-Balmoral this season. Ward has been in the Bombers’ best five players in all five games so far. Picture: WILLAMY IMAGES
led by Brent Christie, Charlie Stewart and Dave McLeish. Edenhope-Apsley’s backline, led by the unheralded Chris Oliver and youngster Jeremy Kealy, have won the points against opponents in most games this year and the Bombers will need to make sure they hit targets in the forward arc to stay in the contest. Unfortunately for the Bombers they will be on the end of a horror month of defeats.
On the trot Swifts will bounce back into finals contention by winning their third on the trot against a struggling Taylors Lake. The Baggies have too much speed across the ground and with Paul Hanns, Scott Carey, Ashley Cowen and Sean Mantell using it to telling effect the Lakers backline led by Luke Robertson and Brett Monaghan will again feel the pressure.
Jason Weir and Aaron Lewis will make the Baggies work hard around the stoppages but neither are fleet of foot and when the ball spills from the contest will need the likes of Craig Britten and Tim Wright to cover the Baggies’ speedier outside runners. The Baggies will look at this game as a chance to build an ordinary percentage, which languishes about the 50 mark and well short of other sides chasing a finals spot.
Impossible Natimuk will make it three losses in a row as the Rams fail to contain Laharum’s big forwards in Shannon Argall and Jason Przibilla.
The Roos’ half back line of Chris Heath, Will Staude and Luke Merryfull will provide plenty of run and Tiger forwards Ryan Ellis, Cam Ellis and Baker will need to chase hard and pressure the Roos defenders if they are to create turnovers. Pimpinio has plenty of young runners but need to be able to maintain the speed and pressure for the full game. Brent Penny notched up game 300 for the Roos last week and the full forward will be looking to return to his best form. If results go their way the Roos might be sitting inside the five after this weekend.
HDFL round six Harrow-Balmoral v Pimpinio at Balmoral
Argall has raced past the half century and is averaging 11 goals a games and it’s impossible to see the Rams’ backline containing him this week.
Noradjuha-Quantong v Edenhope-Apsley at Quantong
Natimuk coach Dylan Young will want huge games for Shaun McDonald and Todd Steven-
Taylors Lake v Swifts at Dock Lake Reserve
Laharum v Natimuk at Laharum
Rupanyup v Kalkee at Rupanyup
Teams primed to pull away in Mininera battle MININERA DISTRICT FOOTBALL LEAGUE By JONATHAN BOX
Round five of Mininera and District Football League might see results put space between teams on the ladder. Although it’s only early in the season every win is crucial. Undefeated Glenthompson-Dunkeld, which sits second on the ladder, hosts Ararat this weekend. Glenthompson-Dunkeld’s most re-
cent win was at the expense of Caramut. The Rams led at every change and were up by five goals at half time before eventually winning the game by three goals.
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redemption in a bid to get back on the winners’ list. Last week Brent Bulger was Ararat’s only multiple goal scorer in its 53-point loss to Lismore-Derrinallum.
Ararat will have to be at its best to even come close to the rampaging Glenthompson-Dunkeld team. In a replay of last year’s grand final, Penshurst defeated the winless Tatyoon by 12 goals. Tatyoon stayed with the Bombers until half time but were blown away by a 12-goal-to-two-goal second half.
James Delahunty and Christopher Eales were on target in front of goals, kicking five and four respectively, which also saw them both win beston-grounds honours for Penshurst. Penshurst will be keen to continue winning when it travels to Caramut this weekend. Caramut’s loss to GlenthompsonDunkeld was its third for the season with the side having beaten Woorndoo-Mortlake in the first round. Todd Robertson and Lachlan Barr were best for Caramut, with Todd O’Sullivan and Travis Hayes kicking more than half the team’s score
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between them with two each. Despite having a home-ground advantage it is a big ask for Caramut to defeat Penshurst. In other round five games, Wickliffe-Lake Bolac will be set to continue its winning streak when it travels to Great Western. SMW Rovers coming off a good win last week will want to secure a spot in the top five when it travels to play Lismore-Derrinallum. Tatyoon travels to HawkesdaleMacarthur and Moyston-Willaura takes on Woorndoo-Mortlake at Tigerland.
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Swift Saints turning up the heat WIMMERA FOOTBALL LEAGUE
By DEAN LAWSON
here is plenty to like about Horsham Saints in Wimmera Football League this year and this weekend Ararat will find out why. The Saints are tough, swift and on song and might well emerge as a major premiership challenger if they can maintain their winning formula across the lines. What was immediately obvious last week as the Saints methodically dismantled Warrack Eagles’ running game was how good they were in the clinches. A quick analysis of 50-50 ball winners in what was a relatively dour struggle revealed plenty. The Saints might well have an enviable edge this season simply with tough-nut personnel who revel in close-in conditions. There is considerable muscle and intent in the clinches. Few opposition players would enjoy fighting for a loose ball against the likes of Nathan Clough and Bernie Ward in the middle or Phil Butsch and Dennis Adams at either end of the ground, Garry Hallam mopping up out of defence or Gavin Kelm running from the square. And when there is a lot of heat in the coalface the boiler produces a lot of steam. Throw in key-position firepower of Heath Watson and Steve Cameron, in-form ruckman Mick Rowe and deftly talented Jacob Cooke-Harrison, Darcy Tucker, Addison Milner and Jesse Hatcher and it’s not a bad footy formula. Ararat was seven goals off the pace against Minyip-Murtoa last outing and after an impressive six-goal start managed only a solitary goal for the rest of the contest. The Rats will enjoy being back at home but will be lamenting injury worries and must quickly regroup for a tough game. Harry Ganley impressed last out-
WIMMERA round four Ararat v Horsham Saints at Alexandra Oval Warrack Eagles v Dimboola at Brim Stawell v Nhill at Central Park Horsham RSL Diggers v MinyipMurtoa at Horsham City Oval, night Horsham bye
FLYING HIGH: Horsham co-coach Jordyn Burke flies for a spectacular mark in Saturday night’s 86-point win over Stawell. Burke was named best-on-ground in the Demons’ first win for the season. Right, Horsham forward Joel Geue evades a Stawell opponent on his way to seven goals for the Demons. Below, Horsham co-coach Brad Hartigan leads Stawell’s Thomas Eckel to the ball with Demon team-mate Darcy Taylor in hot pursuit.
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ing, as did Jack Ganley and Bernie Peoples and Stephen Phillips featured in the best-player cards. While Ararat is on the hunt for an early scalp and it is always hard to beat the Rats at home, Horsham Saints will be too strong.
Brim clash Earlier in the day at the southern Mallee environs of Brim, Warrack Eagles will attempt to regroup against a potent Dimboola. The Eagles appeared relatively light
and small across the lines against the Saints last week and were almost bullied out of the contest. The Eagles look at their best when they find space to run and need the likes of Jarred Martin, Liam Stewart and Luke Kemp to push into space and exploit opportunities presented by Jay McGrath, Peter Weir and Dale Hinkley. Goal-kicking opportunities were far and few between during stop-start Eagles forays into attack last week, something Dimboola will also exploit if it happens again.
Night game Minyip-Murtoa, meanwhile, will turn its attention to a big night game against Horsham RSL at Horsham City Oval.
This game is up for grabs and although the Warriors are home at Central Park, Nhill will sneak across the line.
The Diggers will surprise the Burras and cause an upset win.
Nhill would have been licking its wounds after coming off a big second-best to the Roos but will re-set for a clash against Stawell, which ran into a determined Horsham last outing.
Cam Kimber will kick goals if the Warriors can get the ball forward enough, especially if on-baller Zac Marrow produces another big game and if the side can reproduce highquality tackling pressure.
The contest is likely to feature ripping individual battles, none more so than if Minyip-Murtoa’s Clinton Midgley lines up on Kye Chapple.
Stawell might be guilty of the same after looking okay against the reigning premier in the first quarter but falling away as the game gained momentum.
The Diggers are using the occasion to celebrate 30 years in Wimmera League and with Damian Cameron providing a new level of on-field leadership to a relatively new-look list will serious challenge the Burras.
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The Tigers are destined to frustrate their fans with performance peaks and troughs this season, although Zach Webb, Ricky Lleyonhjelm and Ben Pollock impressed last week.
The Burras, with Braydon Ison providing an impressive target in front of the sticks and Declan Foott capturing attention last week, meet a Diggers outfit confident it can beat the visitors.
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The Roos’ nine-goal opening term dashed Nhill hopes last week and while Josh Rentsch, Al McKinnon and Elliot won primary accolades in the win, it will be the big bodies of Justin Chilver, Jayden Lehmann and Jackson O’Neil and the goal-kicking prowess of Lachie Exell and Ash Clugston that will steal an edge over the Eagles.
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Unbeaten Blues take on Demons MALLEE FOOTBALL LEAGUE
QUICK HANDS: Jeparit-Rainbow’s Greg McLeish handballs to Heath Clugston during Saturday’s clash with Ouyen United.
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eulah remains the only undefeated team in Mallee Football League after a come-frombehind six-point victory over Sea Lake Nandaly Tigers last weekend.
Below, former AFL player Damien Cupido marks in front of Adam Schultz and Josh McCleary during Ouyen United’s win over the Lakers.
Damian Cupido turned it on for Ouyen United with a 17-goal haul in an 83-point win over Jeparit-Rainbow while Woomelang-Lascelles proved too strong for Walpeup-Underbool.
Jeparit-Rainbow hosts the VCFL game of the month against Hopetoun this weekend. Essendon legend Terry Daniher will be the guest speaker at the match.
This week is set to be another great round of footy as all teams look to work their way into the top four. Ouyen United travels to Beulah to take on the Blues with the Demons in fantastic form with star players Cupido and Laurence Angwin dominating. Beulah has its own stars though with Micah Buchanan endlessly racking up disposals through the middle while Dennis Redden has been powerful at centre half forward.
Cupido The big question for the Blues is, who will play on Cupido? If he spends most of his time deep forward then Luke Spasic will most likely get the job. Spasic has been in good form this season, with his strength in one-onone contests a major facet of his game. Cupido will be hoping his midfielders can give him quick, direct delivery so he can get out on the lead. Through the middle the Demons will look to Peter Caldow and Glenn Joyce to lead the way, but will be confronted with a strong Beulah on-
Mallee round six Beulah v Ouyen United at Beulah Jeparit-Rainbow v Hopetoun at Jeparit Walpeup-Underbool v Sea Lake Nandaly Tigers at Underbool
ball division. Tyler Lehmann will be looking for another big game for the Blues, while Scott Smith and Micah Buchanan will take control of the clearance work. This is set up to be a fantastic match, but the depth of Beulah should prevail and provide a 24-point win.
VCFL match Jeparit-Rainbow will welcome Hopetoun to Jeparit in the VCFL game of the month. Both teams are yet to record a win this season, and will be looking to haul themselves from the bottom of the ladder. Hopetoun will need Deek Roberts and Pat Purcell to have big games while Heath Clugston and Josh McCleary will look to give their fans a win on their home turf. Luke Carr has been in fantastic form for the Devils at both ends of the ground, while Cade Wellington has been playing good consistent footy. The Lakers keep showing improvement but are unable to keep it together for four quarters while Hopetoun have been struggling with depth. This should be a good, tight game that could go either way. I think Hopetoun are better than how they have
been playing, and will have a threegoal win to kick-start its season. Walpeup-Underbool has fallen from grace and won’t find it any easier when it comes up against a strong Sea Lake-Nandaly Tigers outfit.
Champion The Tigers have been in fantastic form so far this year and suffered only one loss. The Roos have lost two in a row and will be keen to make amends for their poor form. Wade Champion needs to fire but he will watched heavily by Stephen Lyons who controls back half for the Tigers. Bill Barry will be a big loss for Sea Lake-Nandaly Tigers, but they should have the depth to cover him. Walpeup-Underbool will need big games from Mathew Palmer, Chris Chubb and Kane Munro while the Tigers will once again look to Colin Durie to lead from the front, while Tom Summerhayes and Matt Elliot will provide a terrific support. This will be another cracking game, and will go down to the wire. The home-ground advantage will get the Roos over the line by 10 points. Woomelang-Lascelles has the bye.
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olkswagen has provided insight into its next-generation drivetrains, with a 10-speed dual-clutch transmission and a high-performance diesel with an electric turbocharger well under development.
Europe’s largest car-maker has also signalled that it will continue to put its substantial weight behind plugin hybrid and natural gas-powered vehicles as medium-term solutions to achieving strict emissions targets. By using its vast global footprint, and industry-leading levels of commonality between model lines, the company claims it can more efficiently spread vehicle electrification – starting with plug-ins – across a host of segments, thereby helping the industry “make the breakthrough” to critical mass. Therefore, expect the German powerhouse to deploy these developments across much of its portfolio, including vehicles badged Skoda, Audi and Porsche. The group’s entire global range will soon share a mere handful of adjustable modular platforms. Speaking at the International Motor Symposium in Vienna, Volkswagen AG chairman Martin Winterkorn gave the motoring world an unusual sneak-peek into its future plans.
A diverse strategy will see the company continue to invest in numerous drive technologies, with the overarching objective of lowering the CO2 emissions of its European newcar fleet to 95 grams per kilometre by 2020.
said, would include ‘enhancement of the combustion process’, lightweight design, and optimisation of friction levels and thermal management.
WHAT’S NEXT: Volkswagen AG chairman Martin Winterkorn made some intriguing – and no doubt influential – forecasts at the International Motor Symposium in Vienna.
Probably of less importance in terms of overall volume in the near future, but nevertheless crucial for brand perception and longer-term development, is Volkswagen’s seeming emphasis on plug-in hybrid technology rather than pure electric vehicles.
Of most significance is confirmation that the company will add more ratios to its DSG dual-clutch automatic transmission, with the onus on reduced fuel use. More ratios mean fewer revs per minute, and therefore lower fuel use.
“In the medium term, the first choice in terms of alternative drive systems is plug-in hybrid technology,” the company said in a statement.
Since the company’s current-generation six- and seven-speed DSG units are in use across much of its global range – including Audi, which has versions labelled S-tronic – expect to see the 10-speed version in a host of future models. Several automotive giants consider extra ratios a crucial way to cut fuel use, with arch-rivals Ford and General Motors actually teaming up to develop their own 10-speed unit, and Korean giant Hyundai doing the same. Meantime, despite the gap between petrol and diesel engine fuel use narrowing significantly in recent years, Volkswagen clearly sees enough upside to invest in a high-performance, next-generation family of oil-burners. An accompanying release refers to ‘new technologies that are finding
“This enables a purely electric range of up to 50 kilometres, a high level of suitability for everyday use by virtue of recharging from a socket at home and also complete flexibility for long journeys thanks to an efficient internal combustion engine. their way into the modular diesel component system’s future engine generation’ – pointing to deployment in a wide range of vehicles. The company claims its engines will produce up to 100kW per litre – a 2.0-litre unit with 200kW would certainly set some new benchmarks – thanks to a variable valve-train assembly, a high-pressure injection system at up to 3000 bar and combined charging with an e-booster – VWspeak for an electric turbo.
Dr Winterkorn said existing internal combustion engines still have potential, despite a growing focus on electricity. “Since the year 2000, we’ve reduced the fuel consumption of our TDI and TSI engines by more than 30 per cent. I’m convinced that by 2020 we can achieve further increases in efficiency of around 15 per cent,” he said.
“The Volkswagen Group’s first plug-in hybrids, the Porsche Panamera and Audi A3 e-tron, will shortly be going into full production. They will be followed by the Golf and many other models, such as the Passat, Audi A6 and Porsche Cayenne.” Finally, Volkswagen AG will persist with its developments in natural gas vehicles – potentially pertinent given Australia’s vast reserves.
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ord says it will sit and wait to see what technology rolls out before introducing its first electric car to the Australian market.
The car-maker’s European division has rolled out a prototype Fiesta city car featuring low-cost in-wheel electric motors. The eWheelDrive system, developed in partnership with German engineering company Schaeffler, produces a staggering 700Nm of torque — about the same as a high-performance twin-turbocharged V8 — almost from idle.
GIVEAWAY: This HSV engineering mule emitted a distinctive supercharger whine when spotted by GoAuto in October.
Supercharged HSV GTS shapes up CHARRRRRGE: Ford’s electric Fiesta prototype uses in-wheel electrict motors that produce sportscar-rivaling performance.
The electric motors’ compact packaging, which allows them to fit inside the Fiesta’s rear wheels, also means more scope is available for the carmaker to shrink the size of a two-seat version of the electric vehicle to about that of a Smart Fortwo. Ford Australia brand communications manager Neil McDonald told GoAuto that the electric vehicle market here was still evolving, and while the car-maker had not yet made any firm decisions, it was watching with interest.
“Unlike Europe and Japan, Australians generally driver longer distances, often in more sparsely populated areas,” Mr McDonald said. “So EV range anxiety is a tangible concern for customers, where it may not be in other markets with shorter distances and an adequate number of charging outlets. “Certainly the EV infrastructure is something that’s being looked at by various local governments in Australia and how EVs fit into the Australian urban landscape is something we’ll continue to look
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Australia is set to become the maker of one of the world’s most powerful sedans as HSV prepares to unleash its Gen-F range of muscle-cars. The Holden tuner is expected to announce a limited-run GTS flagship powered by a circa 430kW supercharged 6.2-litre V8, giving it the means to out-punch far more expensive luxury Euros such as the BMW M5. GoAuto first got wind that HSV would take the supercharging route last October when we spotted an engineering mule in Victoria emitting the distinctive whine of a supercharger under acceleration.
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issan is looking to add some charge to Australia’s flat-lining electric vehicle market after slashing the price of its Leaf EV for the second time in five months.
The Japanese company says the new price point – $20,000 less than the Holden Volt plug-in hybrid – is intended to ‘broaden the appeal’ of electric cars by grabbing the attention of buyers ‘who might have been put off by the comparatively higher purchase price typically associated’. Nissan will sweeten the deal with a special repayment plan, charging $85 per week with a low comparison rate of 1.9 per cent over three years – provided customers shell out a $10,000 deposit.
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The pioneering pure electric runabout is now available to private buyers for just $39,990 drive-away, down from $46,990. This latest price cut follows a circa-$8000 discount introduced last December, meaning the Leaf is about $15,000 cheaper now than at launch in June last year.
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BRIGHT SPARKS: Nissan has extended an olive branch to customers put off by the high price of EVs by discounting the Leaf to $39,90
“Nissan has taken a number of pioneering steps with the Leaf electric car,” said Nissan Australia managing director and CEO William Peffer. “This is an exceptional car and we are keen to make it more appealing to Australian new-car buyers. “I encourage anyone considering a small car to drive a Nissan Leaf first, especially if you live in an urban area. First-time drivers of the Nissan Leaf are surprised by its fun-to-drive nature and owners never seem to grow tired of not having to buy petrol.
“The Leaf should be on the shopping list of every smallcar buyer,” he said. Meanwhile, GoAuto understands government and notfor-profit fleets will be charged substantially less, with scaled fleet pricing believed to start below $30,000. Nissan Australia media and public relations manager Peter Fadeyev told GoAuto the company was ‘particularly keen for the Nissan Leaf to secure a stronger foothold in the fleet market’. Mike Costello © GoAutoMedia, 2013
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SWIFT RESPONSE: Suzuki has responded to the current capped-price servicing trend in Australia by offering it on all models except diesel variants of the Grand Vitara SUV.
Suzuki Australia communications manager Andrew Ellis told GoAuto the company is still working on a capped price servicing plan for the diesel Grand Vitara, but it will affect few customers due to the small numbers sold. He said Suzuki Australia is in talks with Suzuki Queensland to roll the servicing scheme out in the sunshine state.
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